Learning Through Research

Presentation Opportunities

Presentation Opportunities

  • “The Liberal Arts and Core Texts: Students Reflect on Their Baccalaureate.” - Association for Core Texts and Courses

    With the sponsorship of the University of Dallas, ACTC’s Liberal Arts Institute will hold its 6th Student Conference at the University of Dallas, from Friday afternoon, March 13, until Sunday early afternoon, March 15, 2015. FACULTY OF ACTC INSTITUTIONS MAY NOMINATE STUDENTS TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE. NOMINATIONS ARE DUE NOVEMBER 10, 2014. For full details of the nomination process and the qualifications for the conference, or if you are having difficulties meeting this deadline, please inform Rosa Grundig (ACTC Executive Assistant)at rgrundig@stmarys-ca.edu.

  • 2013 Texas Autism Research Conference - Call for Presentations - Texas Autism Research and Resource Center

    The Texas Autism Research & Resource Center (TARRC) announces its 2013 Texas Autism Research Conference. Please join TARRC for this exciting opportunity to learn about cutting edge autism research, including studies on possible causes of and factors contributing to autism, and research supporting evidence-based practices for the diagnosis and treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The conference will highlight the work of researchers from Texas and across the nation, who are respected experts in the field of ASD. Covering a range of interesting topics, the conference presenters will share their research findings and address important implications for practices.

  • 2015 Walsh Exchange: A Conference on International Relations Research - Georgetown University

    Held in the cosmopolitan hub of Washington, D.C., the Walsh Exchange is an annual conference dedicated to promoting innovative undergraduate research in international relations by students around the world. The conference provides students with an opportunity to formally present their original research and receive constructive feedback from experienced scholars and professors, fellow panelists, and guests alike.

  • 21st Annual Clement S. Stacy Memorial Undergraduate Research Conference - Purdue University Calumet

  • AAAS Annual Meeting

  • American Academy of Religion Regional Meetings

    This page has links to information and calls for papers for the following regional divisions of AAR: Eastern International, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, New England-Maritimes, Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountain-Great Plains, Southeast, Southwest, Upper Midwest, Western. These meetings are generally held in the spring.

  • Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

  • Butler Undergraduate Research Conference

    Annual spring multi-disciplinary conference in Indianapolis.

  • Calls for Papers in Literary Studies and Related Fields

    A directory and call for papers site for conferences at all levels in literary studies and related fields (includes graduate conferences).

  • Conference on College Composition and Communication

    Conference on College Composition and Communication is the major conference for presentation of work on college writing and communication.

  • Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference

    A major summer conference for presentation of work on college writing programs.

  • CUR Posters on the Hill

  • CUR REU Student Scholarship

  • Division of Global Affairs - Rutgers University Division of Global Affairs

    On Friday April 24, 2015 the Division of Global Affairs will host a multidisciplinary undergraduate conference. The conference will bring together undergraduate students from across disciplines in economics, environmental studies, business, international relations, religion, philosophy, and other fields, to present and engage in discussion on the intellectual and practical/policy challenges in global affairs. CALL FOR ABSTRACTS We invite submission of abstracts by undergraduate students in the fields of philosophy, law, economics, environmental studies, politics, and international relations. Abstracts (200-300 words) should be suitable for blind review; include a separate document with name, paper title, and contact information and should address one of the six panel themes: Civil War and Intervention: How Does the World Respond When the Sovereign is in Crisis? Democracy and Development in a Globalized World Transitional Justice: Building the Future by Reconciling the Past The Financialization of the World’s Economy: As the Role of Financial Markets Increase, What are the Implications for State and Non-State Actors? Beyond 9/11: Reshaping Security in the Twenty First Century Globalization and Immigration: Building a framework of enforceable human/workers rights for economic migrants in the 21st Century The deadline for abstracts is Friday February 13, 2015. Notification of Acceptance by Friday March 6, 2015 All submissions should be sent electronically to Lynette Sieger at: les174@scarletmail.rutgers.edu Extended Panel Descriptions: Moderator: Iuliia Kononenko Theme: Civil War and Intervention: How Does the World Respond When the Sovereign is in Crisis? Description: Since the end of the Cold War, the number of civil wars has increased as well as their longevity. Factionalized violence and volatility of the borders associated with those conflicts perpetuate human rights violations, refugee flows and decline in economic growth. The questions on whether intervention of international actors mitigates effects of civil wars and contributes to their resolution or, on contrary, reinforces the conflict trap is pertinent to international peace and security. Moderator: Eltion Meka Theme: Democracy and Development in a Globalized World Description: Transitions to democracy remains one of the core research programs in political science. This is partly because democratization runs root with nearly every aspect of socio-economic development. Hence, the long unanswered question in political science: Does economic development bring democracy or is democracy a function of other factors? How do these two research programs interact with one another in a globalized world and what have they taught us about the modernization of developing societies? Moderator: Meghan Sullivan Theme: Transitional Justice: Building the Future by Reconciling the Past Description: In the aftermath of civil war and state repression, the scars of past human rights violations leave legacies of unrecognized victims, mistrust of state institutions and a weak rule of law. Many societies enact judicial and non-judicial mechanisms such as prosecutions, truth commissions, and reparations in an attempt to reconcile this past and build the foundation for sustainable peace. These mechanisms, however, face many obstacles to their implementation and result in varying degrees of success. The question of how these transitional justice mechanisms factor into simultaneous pursuits of democratization and peace-building are essential for countries involved in post-conflict reconstruction. Moderator: Alejandro Gimenez-Santana Theme: The Financialization of the World’s Economy: As the Role of Financial Markets Increase, What are the Implications for State and Non-State Actors? Description: Over the last decades, the global economy has undergone profound transformations. A series of major changes have occurred, as the role of states has diminished while that of markets has considerably increased. In today’s globalized economy, financial markets have acquired a fundamental role in the real economy. The “new financial architecture” and the rapid liberalization of capital markets are fundamental for understanding the current world economic order. The implications of these changes, as witnessed during the “global financial crisis” or the “E.U. sovereign debt crisis”, have generated profound alterations in the dynamics between states and markets. Moderators: Kathryn Duffy and Edwin Daniel Jacob Theme: Beyond 9/11: Reshaping Security in the Twenty First Century Description: 9/11 fundamentally changed the way in which security is conceptualized and implemented. Using traditional notions of security to fight the global “war on terror” has produced confusion and miscalculation. Confronting new dangers to the individual, the state, and the international order calls for new categories that speak to the new influence of globalization, international institutions, and transnational threats. Moderator: Patricia Campos-Medina Theme: Globalization and Immigration: Building a framework of enforceable human/workers rights for economic migrants in the 21st Century Description: Globalization has fundamentally transformed the economic and financial dynamics in local economies forcing millions of people to migrate as the only means of securing economic mobility. While financial markets and corporations have the ability to move freely across borders, economic migrants have been land-locked into a system of the sovereign–national governments asserting their rights to enforce their immigration laws within a context of national security and border controls. What are the challenges facing economic migrants as they continue to migrate to the West in seek of economic opportunity? How are developing nations incorporating, or failing to incorporate new migrants into their national ethos? And finally, in the context of human security, what are the legal and ethical dilemmas facing those seeking to develop a framework of rights’ enforcement for unauthorized economic migrants?

  • Far West Popular Culture Association

    Fall meeting.

  • Great Plains Honors Council Conference - Great Plains Honors Council

  • Greater New York Conference on Undergraduate Research - St. Francis College

    In NYC on 27 October 2013, a full day of activities: student/faculty research presentations, reception with distinguished guests.

  • Medieval Association of the Pacific

    Annual conference in medieval studies.

  • Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association

    Fall meeting.

  • Midwest Modern Language Association

    Hosts a fall meeting that may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.

  • Midwest PCA/ACA

    Each year, Midwest PCA/ACA holds an annual conference in a large Midwestern city.

  • National Collegiate Honors Council Annual Conference

    NCHC holds an annual fall meeting including student presentations.

  • National Conference on Undergraduate Research

  • National Undergraduate Literature Conference

    NULC is an annual spring undergraduate meeting for the presentation of work in literature held at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.

  • Northeast Modern Language Association

    Spring meeting that may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.

  • Northeast Popular Culture Association

    Fall meeting.

  • Pacific Modern Language Association

    Fall meeting that may welcome undergradautes as presenters or co-presenters.

  • Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society

    Biennial national history convention and numerous regional meetings.

  • PITTSBURGH ASIA CONSORTIUM 3RD ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE - University of Pittsburgh

    On February 21, 2015, the University of Pittsburgh will host the Pittsburgh Asia Consortium's (PAC) third annual Undergraduate Asian Studies Research Conference. The conference, located in the Cathedral of Learning, will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. The Pittsburgh Asia Consortium (PAC) Undergraduate Research Conference is a one-day, interdisciplinary event for students from PA, WV, OH, MD, NY, NJ, and DE with an interest in any geographical region of Asia, including the Middle East. Students will give a 15-minute presentation on Asia-related research topics from any discipline, with faculty from PAC overseeing each student panel. First time presenters are welcome! Students will meet other undergraduates and faculty with an academic interest in Asian Studies from throughout the region, and enjoy a keynote presentation by Michael Meyer, author of Last Days of Old Beijing: Life in the Vanishing Backstreets of a City Transformed and In Manchuria: A Village Called Wasteland and the Transformation of Rural China and assistant professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh. A banquet lunch will be provided. Registration is free, but required at http://tinyurl.com/PAC-UGRC-2015. The deadline is February 13.

  • Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association

    PCA/ACA sponsors an annual spring national conference and several affiliated regional meetings

  • Popular/American Culture Association in the South

    Fall meeting.

  • Race and Pedagogy National Conference Call for Student Proposals - University of Puget Sound

    The 2014 Race and Pedagogy National Conference Planning Committee invites students at all levels and across all disciplines to participate and present their work at this conference. Posters might include a paper or a project completed for coursework or for independent study. They may describe field experiences, research endeavors, community based projects, service learning activities, co-curricular programs, teaching and learning methods developed by students or any other mode of inquiry and learning relevant to race and pedagogy. We support innovative and creative presentation formats which address conference themes.

  • RMPA Convention

    During April of each year a convention is held at various locations throughout the region at which scientific papers, posters and symposia are presented.RMPA remains an advocate throughout all phases of professional development by the dissemination of scientific and professional ideas. Several research awards are available to convention participants.

  • Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

    Fall meeting that may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.

  • SEPA Online - Southeastern Psychological Association

    SEPA’s Committee for Equality of Professional Opportunity (CEPO) enables undergraduates to present their research at the SEPA annual meeting. For students this is a good way to meet faculty and students from other SEPA institutions. In addition to presenting and discussing their own research, registered convention participants can attend paper sessions, symposia, and workshops included on the SEPA program.

  • Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society

    Annual spring literary convention.

  • Sigma Xi Student Research Conference

  • South Atlantic Modern Language Association

    Fall meeting that may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.

  • South Central Modern Language Association

    Fall meeting that may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.

  • Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research

    Annual multi-disciplinary meeting in Southern California weekend before Thanksgiving.

  • Southwest Texas PCA/ACA

    Late winter meeting.

  • The Tenth Annual Conference for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Entrepreneurship and Creative Achievement (EURECA) - The American University in Cairo, Egypt

    The Tenth Annual AUC Conference for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Entrepreneurship and Creative Achievement (EURECA) is organized by the Undergraduate Research Program, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, The American University in Cairo, Egypt. EURECA invites submissions of undergraduate original work, including research papers/theses, scientific innovations, art and photography, musical compositions, film and documentaries, literary works, and entrepreneurial works. Students from all disciplines/universities are invited to present. The deadline for submissions has been extended to December 30th, 2014. Please see Call for Presentations and forward to all interested. For questions and information, email eureca@aucegypt.edu

  • UB Culture Shock 2015 - University at Buffalo

    'Culture Shock' is an interdisciplinary undergraduate conference being organized by the University at Buffalo's English Department. The conference theme is culture shock; we hope to explore the interaction, combination, and sometimes even outright conflict which occurs on the borders of different worldviews and forms of life. We stress the conference's interdisciplinarity -- we are seeking submissions from everyone from poets to political scientists, and everyone between and beyond.

  • Undergraduate Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

    Hosted by Moravian College, this conference is an undergraduate interdisciplinary conference held in early December.

  • Visions Film Festival & Conference - Extended Abstract Deadline January 19th - University of North Carolina - Wilmington

    Visions Film Festival & Conference provides a platform for undergraduate filmmakers and film scholars to discover their voices and expand their artistic perspectives. Located in Wilmington, North Carolina, a region with a strong film presence, Visions is an international event, fostering a growing global community of artists. Visions creates an environment that promotes learning and networking between filmmakers and scholars, and our unique perspective stems from one simple fact, we are a festival and conference created by, for and about undergraduate film students. Ultimately, we are creating an adventure, a professional outlet on an amateur stage, where unique undergraduate minds create an enriched experience for everyone involved.

  • Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference

    The Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference was created to allow scholars in the Western region to come together and exchange current research in rhetoric and literacy studies. In keeping with the spirit of a small gathering, the conference will be held in a professional but relaxed atmosphere.

 
 
If you know of a presentation opportunity for students that is not listed above, please use the submission page to enter it.