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  • 2019 McNair Conference - University of Maryland

    All students are invited to attend the National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research at the University of Maryland. Attendees gain a venue for networking, learning about graduate school programs, hearing from distinguished guests and panelists, and enjoying the sense of community that McNair programs around the country share. All undergraduate researchers are invited to register for either an oral or poster presentation during University of Maryland's 2019 McNair Conference. Undergraduate researchers will gain valuable experience presenting and discussing research with students, faculty, and staff. Presenters will receive peer review, research and presentation feedback, and will field questions about their research. This is an opportunity for scholars to get experience in a collegiate, supportive setting. Location and Dates: Our National Conference will take place at the College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center from Thursday, March 17 - Sunday, March 17, 2018. Please visit our webpage for more information. Submission/Registration Deadlines: • All abstracts & proposals: January 31, 2019 • Early bird registration: November 25, 2018 • Final registration: February 10, 2019

  • 2020 Research Competition - Walters State Community College/Tennessee Association of Science Department Chairs

    TASDC has organized a research symposium and competition for community college undergraduates in Tennessee to be held on the 24th of April, 2020. This conference is hosted by Walters State Community College, TN and is supported by Walters State Community College, TN and the Virginia Research Institute, USA. Some presentation papers that are submitted with all the relevant information in the correct format will be published in the Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies. All queries must be sent to eugene.desilva@ws.edu or registrar@tasdc.org . You may also call 5408411264 if you have not received a reply to your email inquiry within 3 business days.

  • AAAS Annual Meeting

  • 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).

  • CASE Program - CASE Program

    A coalition of scientific and engineering societies, universities, and academic organizations has created an exciting opportunity for upper-class undergraduate and graduate students in science, mathematics, and engineering disciplines to learn about science policy and advocacy. The CASE program is open to universities or professional scientific or engineering societies that would like to provide an opportunity for their students to come to Washington, DC, and learn about science policy. Students who are selected by their institution to participate in the workshop will spend a few days learning about the structure and organization of Congress, the federal budget and appropriations process, and tools for effective science communication and civic engagement. Sponsoring institutions may send one to two students and are responsible for the registration fee per student, as well as all associated travel and lodging costs. In addition, staff at sponsoring universities and professional societies are responsible for scheduling visits to Capitol Hill, and are encouraged to accompany participating students during those visits. For additional details about the CASE Workshop, please go to http://www.aaas.org/case. Making our CASE Founding Organizations: American Association for the Advancement of Science American Institute of Physics Association of American Universities Association of Public and Land-grant Universities University of Colorado-Boulder

  • 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

  • Discovering the Humanities - Hood College

    The Hood College Humanities Council and the Master of Arts in Humanities Program are hosting the second annual undergraduate and graduate student conference, “Discovering the Humanities.” The conference is open to all current undergraduate and masters-level graduate students in Maryland, DC, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania who are conducting research in the humanities. The conference will take place on Saturday, September 15th on the campus of Hood College in Frederick, MD. Submissions due on or before May 7, 2018.

  • Far West Popular Culture Association

    Fall meeting.

  • MARCUS - Randolph College

    Since 1999, MARCUS has been the regional undergraduate research conference for all disciplines in the mid-Atlantic area. It is open to all students or recent graduates from anywhere, and occurs early in the year - each October.

  • 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 Research Conference - Harvard University

    January 24-26, 2019 NCRC is a large-scale, multidisciplinary forum held annually at Harvard University, where the most accomplished undergraduate students from across the United States and internationally convene each year to share their research in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The core vision behind our conference is to provide student researchers with the opportunity to hear from the world’s leading authorities in academia, policy, and industry, as well as to foster important exchanges and dialogue between students. Last year, after being selected through a competitive application process, over 200 participants from nearly 75 universities across America and abroad attended our conference. Through NCRC, we hope to expand the perspective of undergraduate researchers through offering exposure to diverse fields and to facilitate the discourse on collaboration, leadership, and social impact in research that we believe will be invaluable in future pursuits. The application deadline for general applications is December 1st, 2018 (11:59PM EST). You can find the application and further information on our website http://ncrc.hcura.org/.

  • 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.

  • Nelson Institute Undergraduate Conference on Global Affairs - Drake University

    The purpose of the conference is to recognize and share high-quality undergraduate research related to international and global topics.

  • Northeast Modern Language Association

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

  • Pacific Modern Language Association

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

  • 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.

  • Rustgi Undergraduate Conference on South Asia, University at Buffalo, November 2, 2019 (deadline August 1) - University at Buffalo, SUNY

    2019 Rustgi Undergraduate Conference on South Asia: "Exploring Culture, Climate, and Connections," November 2, 2019. University at Buffalo, SUNY ¶We present the second annual Rustgi Undergraduate Conference on South Asia by reflecting upon the rich history of South Asia and its connection to present day conditions regarding culture and climate. We invite papers on the theme of “Exploring Culture, Climate, and Connections,” where climate may be interpreted broadly, whether in its social, political, or environmental sense. The conference will feature a keynote lecture from Suraj Yengde, award-winning scholar and activist from India. ¶Undergraduate participants from all disciplines, working on any topic relating to the region, are welcome to submit proposals. ¶Please click http://bit.ly/2019rustgiconference to submit proposals. Accepted applicants who submit complete proposals by August 1, 2019 may be eligible for a travel subvention of up to $400. Applicants should also seek funding from their home institutions. The conference organizers will assist participants in seeking affordable accommodations in Buffalo. ¶Format: The conference will be held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the University at Buffalo. Student participants should plan for 15-minute presentations. Each panel will include 30 minutes for discussion. ¶Deadline: Proposals, including 250-word abstracts and the contact information of a faculty supervisor, must be submitted via the online submissions portal (http://bit.ly/2019rustgiconference). Those seeking travel subventions must submit their complete application (including a brief justification of expenses and efforts to seek supplemental funding) no later than August 1, 2019. Submissions will be accepted after this date on a rolling basis, space permitting, until September 7, 2019. Applicants will be notified about the status of their submissions and the availability of travel subventions beginning in late August 2019. ¶When submitting abstracts, applicants must affirm that they will be enrolled as undergraduate students at the time of the conference. Those in graduate programs or not currently enrolled in an undergraduate program will not be permitted to present. The organizers reserve the right to confirm student status with their advisor and home institution. The organizers regret that they are unable to assist international applicants who require visas to enter the United States. ¶Inquiries: Please contact rustgiconference@buffalo.edu for more information about the conference. ¶The second annual Rustgi South Asian Undergraduate Research Conference is made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Vinod Rustgi and his family.

  • 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.

  • Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium - Viterbo University

    The Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium is hosted in La Crosse, WI by Viterbo University. This is a celebration of scholarly intellect that provides a platform for undergraduate students to share their research. The Seven Rivers Symposium hosts a keynote lecture, lunch, and opportunities for students to present orally or as poster, or both! After just completing its 15th year, the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium is looking to expand its call for presentations as we search for knowledge, exploration, and understanding. Interested in presenting, attending, or learning more? Send us an email at sevenrivers@viterbo.edu today!

  • Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society

    Annual spring literary convention.

  • 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.

  • St. Louis Area Undergraduate Research Symposium - St. Louis Area Undergraduate Research Symposium

    The Saint Louis Area Undergraduate Research Symposium promotes undergraduate research by providing a space for undergraduates from all disciplines to share their projects in an annual symposium. Each year we encourage excellence by awarding the best student presentations for their achievements in communication and research; as well as the faculty members who best support their undergraduate researchers.

  • TTU URC Webpage - Texas Tech University

    Students in any discipline have the opportunity to present their research, attend special sessions, and network with fellow undergraduate scholars and faculty members. Faculty and graduate students attend and serve as reviewers or judges.

  • Undergraduate Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

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

  • University of Maryland 2018 McNair Conference - University of Maryland

    All undergraduate researchers are invited to register for either an oral or poster presentation during University of Maryland's 2018 McNair Conference. Undergraduate researchers will gain valuable experience presenting and discussing research with students, faculty, and staff. Presenters will receive peer review, research and presentation feedback, and will field questions about their research. This is an opportunity for scholars to get experience in a collegial, supportive setting.

  • 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.

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