Individuals from all disciplines are invited to give short talks on their research or another interesting topic with which they are involved. If you have any interesting topic or are interested in attending, click here to learn more.
The Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association hosts a national undergraduate research conference annually in January. The National Collegiate Research Conference invites undergraduate students from across the country to come together to network and share their research and, in so doing, create a cohesive undergraduate research community.
The Council on Undergraduate Research hosts an annual poster session on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., as a part of National Undergraduate Research Week. Students from across the country are selected through a very competitive application process to present their work to their peers, federal agency program officers, Congressional Staff and members of Congress.
The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), hosted by the Council on Undergraduate Research, promotes undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study. Students from all disciplines are invited to apply to present their work through posters, presentations, performances, and works of art.
The Colonial Academic Alliance (CAA), of which Drexel University is a member, promotes and recognizes undergraduate research taking place at its participating institutions through its annual undergraduate research conference. Students from all disciplines are nominated to present their research, scholarship, and creative work through posters, presentations, and works of art.
The Colonial Academic Alliance (CAA) also recognizes and supports undergraduate research through its Online Undergraduate Research Journal. This journal enables students to publicly share their research, offering an opportunity to display their work to potential graduate programs and employers.
The Journal of Student Research is an online academic, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, to which students from all disciplines and subdisciplines can submit work to be published. This national journal, which does not have an institutional affiliation, is published quarterly, with two issues per biannual volume. Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit their work for consideration.
There are plenty of opportunities to present undergraduate research right here on campus! Click through for information on informal opportunities, such as The Researchers’ Report, as well as formal opportunities, such as Drexel Research Day and CoAS Research Day.