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10 Years of Dreams and Discovery

Learn more about the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 21, 2020, and present your work!

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Celebrating Our Tenth Year... 

The Undergraduate Research Symposium is celebrating 10 years of supporting students presenting their research, thus helping them achieve their academic and career goals. Research is for students from every major! Take the next step and submit your research for consideration. Here are some numbers from the 2019 symposium:

513
undergraduates participated 
290
faculty mentors supported students
75
different majors represented 

 

 

Explore Your Interests 

Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduates to share their ideas, discoveries, and artistic work with the campus and the local community. The event takes place in the EMU in the style of an academic conference and includes all types of academic research, allowing you to present your work through a poster, oral presentation, data story, or in a performance.

UO undergraduate research in sciences and humanities
Comparative literature major and dance minor Malyssa Robles, translated her choreography, performed by dancers, into poetry stanzas for the symposium. 

Learn more about how easy it is to submit your research.  

Next Steps to Participate

Important Dates and Deadlines

Sometimes all you need are the essentials. Here are the important dates and deadlines you need to know for the symposium's 10th year. If you're looking for more information, please see our detailed timeline.

Nov. 1, 2019
Abstract submission opens
Apr. 6, 2020
Abstract submission closes at 11:59 p.m.
May 21, 2020
10th Annual Symposium in the EMU
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Inspired to Give Back

One of last year's researchers is back this year, not only with her research, but to help others succeed.

Read Adie's Story

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Research Helped Me... 

Mat Wilson's student research journey fueled his post-graduate career decisions.

What's Next for Mat

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Benefits of undergraduate research