Undergraduate Scholars Conference @ ND

Each year, on the Friday of reading days, the University of Notre Dame provides several venues to showcase and celebrate the depth and breadth of the research being conducted by undergraduates in all disciplines across campus. To participate in research and scholarship is to contribute to important conversations taking place in a range of academic and creative fields. All undergraduates are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity by adding their voice and gaining professional experience.

The 2017 Undergraduate Scholars Conference (USC) sessions will be held on Friday, May 5, between 9am and 2pm in the Hesburgh Library. More information can be found below.

The 2017 College of Science Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM) sessions will be held Friday, May 5, between 1pm and 5pm in the Jordan Hall of Science. More information can be found here: http://science.nd.edu/research/undergraduate-research/events/#COS-JAM

 

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The Undergraduate Scholars Conference (USC)

In the morning, the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) hosts the Undergraduate Scholars Conference (USC). Students in all colleges and schools are encouraged to present the results of their research and creative endeavors to their peers and celebrate the efforts of their fellow researchers.

Students should review the 2017 Conference Information and Guidelines prior to presenting.

 

You can view the current USC schedule here.

You can view the most up to date abstract book here

 

Click here for the USC 2016 Schedule.

Click here for the USC 2016 Abstract Book.
 

The College of Science Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM)

In the afternoon, the College of Science celebrates and showcases the research of undergraduates enrolled in the College through poster sessions, oral presentations, and keynotes. Students who received COS-SURF grants the preceding summer are expected to present the results of their work.

For more information on COS-JAM and submission procedures, click here: http://science.nd.edu/research/undergraduate-research/events/#COS-JAM