The Senate of College Councils and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies will host Undergraduate Research Week this April 15-19, 2013. Colleges and organizations, including the College of Liberal Arts, will coordinate events all over campus that week to showcase the work of undergraduate researchers.
Honors Day Poster Presentation
Saturday, April 13, 2013If you are an undergraduate researcher and you wish to publicize your work, you can apply to participate in the Liberal Arts poster presentation. Approved applicants will have their posters professionally printed, courtesy of the college, and will present their poster at the Honors Day reception on Saturday, April 13, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Student Activity Center Ballroom.
Liberal Arts Undergraduate Research Reception
Thursday, April 18, 2013Researchers who submit applications to participate in the Honors Day poster presentation will also have the chance to present their research at the Liberal Arts Undergraduate Research Reception on Thursday, April 18, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. A committee will select the top research posters and ask them to present to college directors, chairs, deans, and faculty at the reception.
Approved Poster Presentation Requirements
All approved applicants will create a poster to serve as a visual presentation of their research. The poster will communicate
The poster may contain images, articles, photos, graphs, documents, or anything that clearly and quickly communicates important information about the research. Presenters will be required to attend a poster-making design class offered by the Office of Undergraduate Research Office (OUR). Dates and times vary and can be found on the OUR website at http://www.utexas.edu/egs/our/students/poster-workshops.
Questions? Please contact Tracy Ballysingh.
The Longhorn Research Bazaar is a campus-wide Research Week event hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Senate of College Councils. If you would like to present a poster or creative project at the Bazaar, please complete the online abstract submission form on the Research Week website by February 22, 2013. All students who submit an abstract will be contacted with further information.