Annual Events in Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research Fair
The Research Fair connects undergraduates looking for research experiences with departments, labs, and other resources that can help that search. To help provide students with local, discipline-specific guidance about getting started in undergraduate research, the Office of Undergraduate Research holds an annual Undergraduate Research Fair each fall. Patterned after the Study Abroad Fair and the Academic Open Houses, there will be tables populated by knowledgeable experts from each department/program who can answer questions concerning undergraduate research in that discipline.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. in Douglass Ballroom
The annual Undergraduate Research Exposition is a College-wide event in which University of Rochester students at all levels and in all areas of study are invited to present their investigative and creative work. The expo reflects the passion for learning that enlivens the University, professors and students alike, and that finds expression in varied forms, in every area of study.
This year's Research Expo is on Friday, April 20, 2018.
NCUR is an annual conference for primary research and artistic performance by undergraduate students, encompassing natural and social sciences, humanities, arts, and engineering. Since its beginning, the conference has enjoyed the active support of major American colleges and universities.
Student investigators can present their work at NCUR as an oral presentation or in a poster format. Follow the link in the heading for instructions on how to apply for UR funding to present at this conference.