• 17th Annual University of Mary Washington Research and Creativity Day - University of Mary Washington

    On the last day of classes for the spring semester–April 21, 2023–students and faculty will gather in the Hurley Convergence Center, as well as in other spaces across campus, to present the results of their scholarly research and creative endeavors over the past academic year. There will be in-person poster and oral presentations, exhibitions, and performances, as well as virtual presentations on this website

  • 32nd Annual Radford University Student Engagement Forum - Radford University

    From April 16-24, the Office of Undergraduate Research will host the 32nd annual Student Engagement Forum, highlighting the dynamic research, scholarship and creative products of students from across the university's seven colleges. Students, along with faculty mentors, will showcase their work in the form of dialogues, poster presentations, performances and workshops.

  • Celebration of Scholarship - Midwestern State University

    The 2023 Celebration of Scholarship and the 20th Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum features research and creative activity presentations by MSU Texas faculty, graduate students (including the Graduate Three Minute Thesis TM Competition), undergraduate students, and Fain Elementary students. A special addition to the Celebration of Scholarship this year is the Earth Day Panel, including faculty from History, English, and Geosciences.

  • CSULB - Week of RSCA - California State University Long Beach

    The Week of Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity (RSCA) third annual event will take place April 17 - 21, 2023. This event will focus on highlighting some of the amazing work currently being done across the CSULB campus by students, staff, and faculty. We hope to show the immense value and importance that the projects have not only on the campus but also within local communities. There will be plenty of opportunities to meet with presenters, have dialogues regarding various scientific and social topics, and network with members from various disciplines across CSULB. This year’s event will take place at CSULB and the Week of RSCA encourages everyone to not only engage with the sessions that are related to their own disciplines but also attend and engage with those that are outside of their own disciplines.

  • CWU SOURCE - Central Washington University

    SOURCE is CWU's Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression. It is a university-wide annual event that showcases research, scholarship, and creative activities across all disciplines by students, faculty and staff at CWU as well as from members of our local community. SOURCE is a venue where we celebrate the depth and diversity of scholarly inquiry and creative expression at Central Washington University; share the accomplishments of CWU students in all disciplines and on all campuses with the community; recognize outstanding scholarly work and creative activities; and foster connections between students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members and employers that help students develop as professionals in their field of study.

  • DREAMS: Spring 2023 - Johns Hopkins University

    DREAMS, Day of Undergraduate Research in Engineering, Arts, Medicine, and the Sciences (and design, entrepreneurship, internships, and more!), is the Johns Hopkins University’s celebration of all the amazing undergraduate research, scholarly, and creative projects our own Hopkins undergraduate students have been able to participate in. We encourage all undergraduate students from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the Peabody Institute, and the Whiting School of Engineering to celebrate their experiences with us.

  • Frontiers in Undergraduate Research 2023 - University of Connecticut

    The Frontiers in Undergraduate Research exhibition provides opportunities for UConn’s talented undergraduate students to share their research and creative projects with the university community and the public. For spring 2023, Frontiers will be offered in a hybrid modality. - An in-person poster exhibition will be held on Friday, April 14th (2-3:30pm, 4-5:30pm) and Saturday, April 15th (11am-12:30pm, 1-2:30pm) in the Wilbur Cross North Reading Room on the Storrs campus. - An in-person poster exhibition will be held on Tuesday, April 18th from 4-5:30pm at UConn Stamford in the Welcome Center/Atrium of the Downtown Stamford Building. This exhibition will include short presentations of electronic posters. - An online exhibition will go live on Friday, April 14th. This exhibition will include posters and short video presentations shared by students on the Portfolium e-portfolio platform.

  • IU East Student Research Day - IU East

    Student Research Day (SRD) 2023 at IU East began over 15 years ago and has grown from the celebration and sharing of the SUMRs program of 5-7 students; over the years the program grew to include dedicated student scholars and researchers, as well as Honors students. Over the last few years the celebration became a hybrid online program with some in-person activities.

  • OSU Undergraduate Research Symposium - Oklahoma State University

    The annual Undergraduate Research Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate students to present what they have learned through their research experiences to the OSU campus community. The Symposium provides a forum for students, faculty, and the community to share in the research, scholarship, and creative activity of our outstanding OSU students. It also offers the opportunity to examine the connections between research and learning in the academic classroom. The Symposium includes presentations by students from all academic disciplines.

  • Paideia Student Research Conference - Christopher Newport University

    Paideia (pi DAY ah) is the classical Greek education of liberal learning, which was believed to develop the intellectual, moral and aesthetic capacities. This annual conference is dedicated to fostering undergraduate and graduate research in liberal arts, sciences and professional studies. The conference provides a valuable venue to share academic information and current research among peers. The 21st annual Paideia Conference will be held Friday, April 14, 2023. The keynote speaker will be animal historian Dr. Nigel Rothfels. Complete program at

  • Research in the Arts Day - Utah State University

    Join us for the 2023 Research in the Arts Day. This annual celebration of research and creative works in the Caine College of the Arts will feature a panel discussion of professionals in the field. Research in the Creative Economy: Your Future in the Arts 5:00 pm | April 13, 2023 | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall | Free and open to the public Also available via livestream on the Caine College of the Arts YouTube channel. Speakers: David Holland, Deputy Director WESTAF Wendi Hassan, Executive Director, CacheARTS Shaun McNiff, University Professor, Lesley University

  • Research Showcase - St. Mary’s University

    Two days of presentations, workshops and open house exhibitions to celebrate undergraduate and graduate student research .

  • Show Me Research Week - University of Missouri

    Show Me Research Week at the University of Missouri is a campuswide celebration that includes the Visual Art & Design Showcase, a 3-day Forum with posters and oral presentations from more than 400 undergraduates and graduate students, keynote speakers, special events, and an awards ceremony that includes announcement of the Undergraduate Research Mentors of the Year as well as student awards for abstracts, posters, and visual art and design projects.

  • Sidewalk Symposium - University of Colorado Boulder

    Developed by UROP and hosted in Boulder since 2017, the Sidewalk Symposium invites undergraduates to create and share their research and creative work with chalk on campus walkways—with the help of a professional artist. April 21, 2023 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Visual Arts Complex (VAC) Plaza Boulder, CO

  • Student Research Symposium - Utah State University

    The Student Research Symposium is Utah State University’s largest showcase of student research. SRS both celebrates student research and improves each student’s ability to communicate their research. Each April during Research Week, SRS provides space and resources for more than 300 graduate and undergraduate presenters to share their research with peers, faculty evaluators and the campus community through experience, evaluation and training. Students present their work in short videos, posters, visual arts exhibitions, and performances and get feedback from evaluators on their work. The most highly rated presenters in each broad disciplinary category will be recognized in various digital formats after the symposium.

  • Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Symposium - Aquinas College

    The goal of the symposium is to showcase the outstanding quality and diversity of research at AQ by providing students with the opportunity to put into practice and demonstrate the depth of their research skills with those outside of their disciplines. The symposium is also designed to demonstrate the importance of research and scholarship within our community via formal presentations, recitals, writings, poster sessions and art exhibits.

  • SURF Turns 45! - Caltech

    On Monday, April 17th, the Student-Faculty Programs (SFP) Office at Caltech will host a cupcake celebration for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program as it enters its 45th year! Caltech's Office of Admissions will host an Undergraduate Research Symposium as a part of its DiscoTech happenings on Thursday, April 20th. Students participating in that event will showcase posters completed as part of their SURF projects this past summer. Also occurring that same day, SFP will host a Gratitude Tabling event for students to write thank you notes to faculty mentors and co-mentors who positively impacted their undergraduate research journey.

  • Undergraduate Research Projects Showcase - Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

    WPI’s annual Undergraduate Research Projects Showcase recognizes every senior student’s thesis. A capstone in the university’s distinctive WPI undergraduate curriculum, the WPI senior thesis—the Major Qualifying Project (MQP)—is one of three significant projects required to graduate, and the culmination of a project-based educational experience that prepares students for success post-graduation. Student teams representing all academic departments present their project work to their faculty advisors, external sponsors, and the community-at-large. Classes are cancelled during the showcase so the entire community can appreciate the breadth and depth of undergraduate research activities—and their potential to change the world. The public is also invited to celebrate the remarkable outcomes of our students’ major-specific research, design, and creative projects.

  • Undergraduate Research Symposium - Minnesota State University, Mankato

    This all-day event is hosted by the Undergraduate Research Center. Students from many different disciplines present and share their scholarship with other students and faculty across campus.

  • UR Week at UTRGV - The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

    Undergraduate Research Week, hosted April 17-22, celebrates research, community engagement, and creative works projects across all disciplines and is a cross-campus collaboration established in 2021 to engage campus partners in a week-long celebration of knowledge. It is designed to help scholars by providing a platform for students to engage with their peers and community, offer a public space to showcase their skills as researchers, public servants, and artists as well as help them grow as emerging professionals and agents of change.

  • UTEP COURI Undergraduate Symposium - The University of Texas at El Paso

    The symposium is a unique opportunity for undergraduate researchers , scholars and artists to present and discuss their research with faculty, peers and the community. Presenters will be eligible for awards in their respective categories and the general public is welcome!