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Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Posters on the Hill

Each April, the Council on Undergraduate Research hosts Posters on the Hill (PoH) in Washington, D.C., on Capitol Hill. Approximately 75 students from all over the country are selected on a competitive basis, out of a pool of approximately 700 applicants, to present their research posters to invited guests such as Senators, Congressional Representatives, Congressional Staff, federal agency program officers, and the science press corps. Students have an opportunity to meet with their Representatives, attend field trips, and hear from speakers who are innovators and supporters of undergraduate research.

The Office of Undergraduate Research fully funds any student(s) accepted to present their work at the CUR Posters on the Hill event each year. Staff from the Office of Undergraduate Research will make arrangements for travel, accommodations and meetings for this conference; any student accepted to present should contact the OUR staff upon learning of his/her acceptance to begin the process of registering and planning for the CUR Posters on the Hill conference.

CUR Posters on the Hill 2015

Capitol Hill | Washington, DC
TBD Spring 2015

CUR Posters on the Hill 2014

Capitol Hill | Washington, DC
April 28-29, 2014

Congratulations to Michael Koerner (Biomedical Engineering, '17) on being accepted to present his research on new ways to explore bioimage data using tactile feedback (mentor: Dr. Andrew R. Cohen, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering)! Michael was one of 60 students – out of 60 applicants – accepted for this prestigious honor.

CUR Posters on the Hill 2013

Capitol Hill | Washington, DC
April 23-24, 2013
Congratulations to Veronika Legkobitova (Mechanical Engineering, ‘15) on being selected to present her research at CUR Posters on the Hill 2013! Veronika presented her research on the effect of the foramen magnum on traumatic brain injury predictions, which she conducted during the STAR Scholars Program under the mentorship of Dr. Matthew Maltese, Director of Biomechanics Research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Visiting Research Professor in the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, & Health Systems. Read more about Veronika... 


Veronika was also selected by the Council on Undergraduate Research to present the Honorary CUR Fellows Award to the Honorable Chaka Fattah, House Representative to the 2nd District of Pennsylvania, in which Drexel University is located. This award is presented annually to Congressional leaders who actively work to promote undergraduate research and the mission of CUR.