Interdisciplinary Presentation Opportunities
Butler Undergraduate Research Conference
Butler Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) has provided a way to encourage students from all disciplines to become involved in research and creative endeavors. In a typical year, the Butler URC brings together approximately 600 students from over 30 Midwest colleges and universities to share their learning and experiences.
Call for Papers
The Call for Papers website is provided by the Department of English at the University of Pennsylvania as a courtesy to the academic community. It is a directory for conferences and calls for papers in various disciplines.
National Collegiate Honors Council
While the National Collegiate Honors Council is active throughout the year, it is at the annual national conference, held in the fall, that members from across the Unites States gather to share ideas and take part in numerous events and activities centered on honors. Students are invited to present at the annual conference.
The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)
The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is dedicated to promoting undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students. Unlike meetings of academic professional organizations, this gathering of young scholars welcomes presenters from all institutions of higher learning and from all corners of the academic curriculum.
Posters on the Hill
The Council on Undergraduate Research honors the research achievements of undergraduate students at its annual Posters on the Hill reception on Capitol Hill in the Rayburn House Office Building. Each student presents his or her research, displayed on posters, to members of Congress, congressional staff members, federal government officials and others in attendance.
The Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research
SCCUR’s purpose is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of the best research, scholarship, and creative work of undergraduates. SCCUR is broadly multi-disciplinary, including the sciences, humanities, social sciences, arts, and performing arts. SCCUR typically draws 500-800 participants, mainly undergraduates and their faculty mentors, administrators, and community college and high school students.
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