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Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors Fair: Why? How? Where?

February 20, 2019, from 5-7pm in the University Center Spruce Suite

Have you been wondering how you can get involved in research or creative activities at UNC as an undergraduate student? Why should you do these things? How can you get support for them? Where do you start? We have answers! Come to the Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors Fair: Why? How? Where? to hear from current UNC students about their experiences with research and creative endeavors. You can expect food (of course!), a panel of student speakers, and round-table discussions of your choosing with students and faculty from across campus. Don't miss this exciting and informative fair!


2018 Fall Symposium 

November 15, 3-6pm

The Office of Undergraduate Research is issuing a call for abstracts for its Fall 2018 Symposium. The winners of the symposium will be fully supported in their paper/performance submission to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research and their travel to the conference covered by OUR. 

Abstracts may be submitted for traditional research in any field, composition or performance in music or theatre, and visual art.

Students should submit a 300-word abstract and letter of support from a faculty mentor to OUR@unco.edu by 5pm Friday, October 5.       

A committee of faculty and staff will select 8 or 9 abstracts for full presentation at the fall symposium, taking place in mid November. Of those presenting, three will be chosen as winners, and will submit their papers/presentations to NCUR for consideration.


2018 Fall Symposium Highlights

Symposium Winners 

Congratulations to the winners of UNC's 2018 Fall Symposium:

  • Abigail Hayes, Audiology & Speech-Language Sciences: "Accents Matter: Behavioral Responses to Local and Nonlocal Dialects in Four Colorado Wren Species"
  • Cameron Kennedy, Evolutionary Biology & Ecology: "The Effect of Urban Landscapes on Grassland Bird Species Diversity and Richness in a Rapidly Urbanizing Area
  • Jessie Sutton, Psychology/Gender Studies/Applied Statistics: "Learning Ana-Whatics?: A Qualitative Analysis of What Students and Faculty Know About Learning Analytics"

Additional Presentations

Congratulations as well to all other presenters:

  • Jessica Bachman, Cello Performance: "Claude Debussy's Sonata for Cello and Piano: Historical Context of Wartime France"
  • Faith Cheplick, Biomedical Sciences: "Do Changes in DNA Methylation Affect Fatty Liver Disease?"
  • Arianna Garcia, Psychology: "Playing Games to Learn Genetics"
  • Jess McCombs, English Education: "Female Identities of the Interwar Period: A Feminist Narratological Analysis of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca"
  • Calesia Monroe, Sociology/Africana Studies: "Black Women's Perspectives of 'Hoeing' In and Beyond the HBO Show Insecure
  • Clayton J. Orback, Physics (Math Emphasis): "Imaging and Mapping of Quantum-like Behavior in a Hydrodynamic System"

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jessica Bachman, Claude Debussy's Sonata for Cello and Piano: Historical Context of Wartime France

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Abigail Hayes, Accents Matter: Behavioral Responses to Local and Nonlocal Dialects in Four Colorado Wren Species

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Calesia Monroe, Black Women's Perspectives of "Hoeing" In and Beyond the HBO Show Insecure

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jessie Sutton, Learning Ana-Whatics?: A Qualitative Analysis of What Students and Faculty Know About Learning Analytics

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Clayton Orback, Imaging and Mapping of Quantum-like Behavior in a Hydrodynamic System

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Cami Kennedy, The Effect of Urban Landscapes on Grassland Bird Species Diversity and Richness in a Rapidly Urbanizing Area

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Arianna Garcia, Playing Games to Learn Genetics

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Faith Cheplick, Do Changes in DNA Methylation Affect Fatty Liver Disease?

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jess McCombs, Female Identities of the Interwar Period: A Feminist Narratological Analysis of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca

 

2019 National Conference on Undergraduate Research

 

Abstract Submission Deadline

December 4, 2018

Conference Dates

April 10-13, 2019

Location

Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA

Learn more about NCUR 2019

General Due Dates

All current due dates can be seen above in the right sidebar, however, in general here are the symposium and conference due dates:

  • Fall Symposium abstracts are due generally in early October.
  • NCUR abstracts are generally due in early December.