Undergraduate Research Day (URD) is a blue-ribbon event that will be held on March 29, 2014 at the University of Oklahoma. At this annual conference and celebration, the Honors College hosts students who were funded in their research or creative activities from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program and students in general who want to show what they have discovered in their fields. This one-day conference hosted by the Honors College showcases outstanding undergraduate research and creative activity for an audience of other students, faculty, and parents.
The Honors College invites all undergraduates at accredited institutions to apply.
Participants may present a poster or give a short talk (10-15 minutes) on their research.
Poster presentations will be located outside of the conference rooms and students will be expected to stay with their posters and answer questions from passersby.
Presenters will be part of a panel of 4-6 students and talk about their research to an audience. These presentations may be powerpoint, video, and/or performances.
Topics can include the arts, natural sciences, life sciences, business, engineering, social sciences, critical studies in ancient or modern literature, and the humanities. Prose and poetry submissions and other forms of creative activity are also encouraged.
APPLICATIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED.
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For more information contact the Honors College main office at 405-325-5291 on the University of Oklahoma campus.
Archived SRPD/URD Programs