The 30th Annual UC San Diego Undergraduate Research Conference will take place on April 22, 2016, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Faculty Club.
The conference recognizes outstanding scholarly work produced by UC San Diego undergraduates, and encourages additional interaction between students and faculty at the research level. All participating students are nominated by members of the faculty who have judged their work to be outstanding. Our hope is that the research and conference experience will encourage more undergraduates to pursue doctoral degrees and careers in research and college teaching.
The Undergraduate Research Conference is organized by discipline-specific roundtable discussions:
5-7 students present their research projects orally with one or more faculty members serving as moderators.
Each student has 15 minutes to present his or her research projects orally and 5 minutes to answer questions.
After all presentations, there will be additional time for group discussion.
At the conclusion of the conference, all participating students will be awarded a certificate as a research scholar.
The UC San Diego Undergraduate Research Conference is made possible by generous support from Student Affairs and the Office of Research Affairs. The conference is planned and coordinated by Academic Enrichment Programs which is part of the Experiential Learning Cluster, a division of Student Affairs.