Undergraduate Research Week

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Monday, May 18, 2020
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Undergraduate Research Week

Undergraduate Research Week showcases and celebrates undergraduate research and creative projects across disciplines. Open to undergraduate students in all majors, the week provides opportunities for students to present their work to the UCLA campus community, alumni, and visitors.

In the first four years of holding the event, participation has grown to over 1,000 student participants. In 2019 alone, we had over 1000 presenters for Research Poster Day.

Events are scheduled throughout the week, and all are free and open to the campus and general public. We invite you to participate!

For more information and the complete schedule of events: http://urweek.ugresearch.ucla.edu

RESEARCH POSTER DAY: TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2020

Apply to participate: Abstracts due April 15, 2020

Apply for a Dean’s Prize (optional): April 18, 2020

  • Juniors and seniors giving posters during Research Poster Day are eligible to apply for the Dean’s Prize for outstanding undergraduate research at Research Poster Day. Dean’s Prize winners will be individually recognized at the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Reception and Awards Ceremony. Please click here for more information.

HUMANITIES, ARTS, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ORAL PRESENTATIONS: TBA

Apply to participate: Abstracts due April 15, 2020

-Due to space limitations, students applying to give oral presentations must first have been nominated by their department. Students who have been nominated will receive e-mail notifications of their nomination by the end of March. If you would like to be nominated, ask your faculty mentor or departmental counselor about the nomination process.

-To access the application: go to myUCLA  and choose “Campus Life” then “Survey.” If you do not see the application but have been nominated by your department, please contact the Undergraduate Research Center (information below).

-All students giving oral presentations will be individually recognized at the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Reception and Awards Ceremony in the Powell Library Rotunda.

-Be sure to read the Abstract Guidelines and Presentation Guidelines. The Undergraduate Research Center is also offering abstract and presentation workshops to help you create your abstract and presentation.

QUESTIONS?

Undergraduate Research Center –
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
A334 Murphy Hall
Monday through Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tel: 310.825.2935
Fax: 310.267.5515

For Research Poster Day inquiries: posterday@college.ucla.edu
For all other inquiries: urhass@college.ucla.edu

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