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Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association (HCURA) National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC)

NCRC 2014

Students accepted to present at the second annual National Collegiate Research Conference (Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts) in January 2014.

The National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC), hosted by the Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association (HCURA), began in 2012 as a platform for undergraduates from across the nation to share their interest in research and to facilitate the creation of a cohesive undergraduate research community.

Students can submit applications to present their work as plenary speakers or in a poster presentation. Harvard students host the NCRC student presenters in Harvard residence halls over the course of the weekend. Each year, the conference includes a number of keynote speakers, poster and plenary sessions, a career fair, and social events.  

NCRC 2014

Harvard University | Cambridge, MA
January 23-25, 2014

Congratulations to the following students (seen above) for being accepted to present their research NCRC 2014 at Harvard University!

  • Lorenzo Albala (Biomedical Engineering, ’14)
  • Claudia Gutierrez (Biomedical Engineering, ’15)
  • Chelsea Knittel (Custom-Designed Major, ’14)
  • Alexander McBride (Materials Engineering, ’18)
  • Aimee Turner (Biology, ’17)
  • Yujun (Terry) Xie (Materials Engineering, ’14) 

NCRC 2013

Harvard University | Cambridge, MA
January 24-26, 2013

Congratulations to the following students for being accepted to present their research at NCRC (HCURA) 2013: Elliott Chiu (Biology, '13), Veronika Legkobitova (Mechanical Engineering, '16), Matthew McBride (Chemistry, '15), Averie Palovcak (Biomedical Engineering, '16), Shravan Savant (Biology, '14), and Terry Xie (Materials Engineering, '14).

Further congratulations to Shravan Savant (Biology, '14) for receiving an Honorable Mention for his project, titled “Characterization of regenerating thoracic propriospinal neurons after spinal-cord injury,” at HCURA NCRC 2013.