View student posters from the 2020 Longhorn Research Poster Session online April 16-17.
Research Week is The University of Texas at Austin’s annual celebration of undergraduate research and creative activity. Research Week provides opportunities for undergraduates to explore UT’s vast and diverse community of research and creative work, and to find ways of getting involved. Read more about Research Week.
This year, students from the College of Liberal Arts Research Poster Session and Dean’s Reception will be presenting their research alongside students of the Longhorn Research Poster Session.
Research Week 2020 is scheduled for April 13-24, 2020.
Research Week 2020 and the Longhorn Research Poster Session are sponsored by Kimberly and Scott Martin, the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Senate of College Councils, and Phi Kappa Phi.
Research Week provides excellent ways for students to learn about research opportunities and present their own research, and for departments, colleges, and programs to showcase their students’ achievements. Events range from undergraduate poster presentations, exhibitions, performances, and symposia to guest speakers and workshops aimed at helping undergraduates achieve their research goals. Don’t miss the multi-disciplinary Longhorn Research Poster Session, Apr. 16 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Read more about How to Get Involved, whether you are a student, faculty member, or staff.
Departments, colleges, programs, and organizations may register Research Week events between January and March. Submissions will open in January 2020.
Please ask your college, school, department, or program about submission or registration deadlines for Research Week events other than the Poster Session.