Starting Monday, April 13, students from every college and school will give presentations and display work in a myriad of disciplines. Events range from students discussing their research in medical ethics and forensic technology, to displays of the processes behind architectural designs, to concerts and art exhibitions around Austin.
Researchers at UT Austin are leaders in many fields, and their work fuels the teaching, lectures, and other events that help make UT an exciting and vibrant intellectual community. Undergraduates bring enthusiasm and fresh ideas to the research process and are important contributors to the intellectual community. Some students pursue independent research or creative projects and seek out faculty to provide guidance for their work, while others provide valuable assistance to faculty research projects.
The Longhorn Research Bazaar is a great way to sample research being done by undergraduates from almost every school and college at the university. It’s a festive, outdoor event where departments, colleges, programs, and student organizations from across campus highlight their undergraduate research activities and opportunities for student involvement. Refreshments and free t-shirts will be provided.
Wednesday, April 15 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. on Gregory Plaza. Complete schedule
Research Week is coordinated by the Office of Undergraduate Research. Undergraduate Research offers advising and connects undergraduates with the graduate-level and faculty researchers in their fields. It includes work in many fields, from history to the sciences to the arts.
Research Week takes place across campus from April 13-17. Please view the schedule to find out more about specific events.