Undergraduate Research Conferences
Local Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conferences
RISE ABOVE Undergraduate Research Forum
April 14, 2014
Students at Milligan will have a chance to present their research to an audience of their peers and faculty. All 499C students are encouraged to present even if they have already presented elsewhere and students not enrolled in 499C are welcome to present faculty-sponsored research projects. Poster and oral presentation options will be available. More information about registering to come.
28th National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)
University of Kentucky
April 3-5, 2014
The mission of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is to promote undergraduate research scholarship and creative activity done in partnership with faculty or other mentors as a vital component of higher education.
Visit the conference website for submission deadlines and other important dates.
The Blue Ridge Undergraduate Research Conference invites undergraduate students from institutions throughout the Southern Appalachian region to present their research projects in a high-quality, low-pressure forum at minimal cost.
ETSU Appalachian Student Research Forum
East Tennessee State University
April 4, 2013 (Abstracts due March 14)
The ETSU Appalachian Student Research Forum is an annual event in which undergraduate, graduate and medical students as well as post-doctoral fellows and medical residents present their research in a formal setting. The Forum is open to all colleges and universities within the Appalachian region. Participation is free!
36th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference
Appalachian State University
March 22-24, 2013 (Abstracts due October 12, 2012)
Participate in the 36th annual Appalachian Studies Conference organized by the Appalachian Studies Association. This year’s theme is “Communities in Action, Landscapes in Change.” Innovative proposals that explore all types of communities across the Appalachian region—historical, contemporary, and imagined ones—and the landscapes and environmental spaces that impact, and are impacted by, those communities are encouraged.
2013 Undergraduate Classics Conference
The University of Tennessee
February 9, 2013 (Abstracts due November 16, 2012)
Buried in Sleep and Wine: Leisure, Entertainment, and Sport in the Ancient World
The 2013 Undergraduate Classics Conference will focus on analyses of the recreational aspects of Greek and Roman lifestyle. Abstracts will be considered from any discipline within classical studies (archaeology, history, philology, etc.) or a related field.
Additional conferences can be found on the Council on Undergraduate Research website.