4th Annual MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Conference: A Symposium of Scholarly Works and Creative Projects
If you are an undergraduate student who would like to present your work at the next conference, start planning now! The conference is taking place on Friday, May 1, 2015 in the Student Success Building from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
All undergraduate majors and concentrations are encouraged to participate!
Last year's conference had almost 500 student presenters, faculty, guests, and leading industry companies who attended.
The conference showcased over 150 student poster/oral presentations representing 34 different majors!
Why present at the conference?
- Impress graduate school admissions committees and potential employers
- Make connections with other MSU Denver student researchers and faculty
Interested in participating?
Talk with your favorite professors and explore potential topics
- Consider presenting scholarly projects/research that you've already completed
- Find other students who want to collaborate and, as a group, ask a faculty member to mentor you
- Partially completed projects are welcome. Talk with your faculty mentor to determine whether this would be a good route for you.
Presenters at the Undergraduate Research Conference are responsible for ensuring that they have followed appropriate procedures for human subjects research as outlined by the MSU Denver Human Subjects Protection Program. The MSU Denver Institutional Review Board is the final authority on this issue so please refer all questions to them at www.msudenver.edu/irb.
|Participants listen to an Oral Presentation.||Jake Norton was the 2014 Keynote Speaker.|