If you want to share your research with an audience or meet with other researchers in your field, you may want to consider presenting your work at a conference on- or off-campus. Conferences provide an important networking opportunity for researchers at all levels of their career.
The following list of events and conferences to consider when presenting your work is always being updated but is not exhaustive. If you have a research event in your department or college that doesn’t appear below, please contact our office and we’ll be glad to add it to the list
Capital of Texas Undergraduate Research Conference
The Capital of Texas Undergraduate Research Conference is a student organized and run event hosted at The University of Texas at Austin. CTURC allows undergraduate researchers from all majors and universities in Texas to present their original research at a tier-one university. The three different presentation styles include poster presentations, oral Google Slides presentations or oral presentations of creative works.
National Conferences on Undergraduate Research
The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research, established in 1987, promotes undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students. NCUR welcomes presenters from all institutions of higher learning and from all corners of academic curriculum.