The deadline for submitting abstracts for consideration to participate in the conference is January 31, 2014. All materials must be in electronic format. The conference will take place on Saturday, April 5, 2014, at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana. Please do not submit an abstract if you are not able to attend the conference. Email abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information and guidelines, please visit the Purdue University Calumet website (this website will be updated soon).
NCUR will hold its national conference on April 3-5, 2014, at the University of Kentucky. Student presentations are welcome in all fields and disciplines from the creative and performing arts to biomedical, engineering, and social science research. The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research is a wonderful opportunity to meet peers and faculty from around the country working in similar research fields, learn about how research and scholarship is conducted in fields very different than your own, to learn about graduate school and employment opportunities, and of course to develop your presentation skills. All abstracts and applications will be reviewed by a faculty committee from the host institution.
Students presenting at the National Conference will have the option of doing an oral or poster presentation. Abstracts are now being accepted through December 6, 2013. Please go to the NCUR website to create an account to log in and submit the abstract. Should your abstract be accepted, you may register for the conference using the same login information. Registration will open January 15, 2014.
This conference will be held April 17-19, 2014. DePauw University’s National Undergraduate Honors Conference is designed to encourage undergraduate scholarship and facilitate the interaction between undergraduates and major scholars in communication and theatre. This is a working conference emphasizing a mentoring relationship with our distinguished visiting professors. Students collaborate with guest professors in small-group seminars designed to refine and extend their ideas. This is an excellent opportunity for students thinking about graduate or professional education beyond their undergraduate experience. For more information, please see the conference website.