Click For Photo: https://wp-media.patheos.com/blogs/sites/719/2020/01/2020_URC.pngClick For Photo: https://wp-media.patheos.com/blogs/sites/719/2020/01/2020_URC-768x439.png
February 14, 5:00 PM (EST).
All guests planning to attend the URC should register
no later than March 27.
We hope you’ll join us for Butler University’s 32nd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) on April 17, 2020, in Indianapolis. Submissions for the conference will be accepted January 1–February 14, 5:00 PM (EST).
URC - Work - Students - States - Colleges
The 2019 URC featured the outstanding work of more than 578 undergraduate students from 23 different states representing 51 colleges and universities. Clearly, the reputation of the URC continues to spread across the country, and we hope to welcome another wide-ranging and diverse group of scholars once again this year.
Our 32nd conference will feature oral presentations, competitive paper presentations, poster presentations, and research roundtables.
Paper - Presentations - Students - Research - Project
Competitive Paper Presentations: Students who have completed a research project are invited to submit their papers to be competitively reviewed by faculty across the nation for presentation at the conference. All students who submit Competitive Papers are scheduled to present in specially identified Director’s Sessions. As is the case with Oral Presentations, presenters deliver a 10–13 minute summary of the research project with a 2–3 minute Q&A session.
Students who submit their papers for competitive review are automatically considered for Competitive Paper Awards. The four highest-ranking papers will be featured in a “Top Four Competitive Papers” session which will occur over the lunch hour this year. The author(s) of the highest ranking will be awarded $300; the author(s) of the second highest ranked paper will be awarded $150, and the authors of the third and fourth highest ranked paper will be awarded $50.
Students - Projects - Review - Account - URC
Students wishing to submit completed projects for competitive review should (1) create an account on the URC site, (2) create a presentation—be sure to select Competitive Paper as the discipline—and include your title and 250-word abstract, and (3) email their papers as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org no later...
Wake Up To Breaking News!
Democrate or Republican, the difference is less than the thickness of a cigarette paper, or a slice of pastrami at a delicatesean.