EVENTS and DEADLINES
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UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH CLUB - Meet other students involved with research, or come to learn about research and opportunities
RESEARCH MENTOR GALLERY - Find ETSU faculty working in areas that interest you
UNDERGRAD RESEARCHER GALLERY - Make a quickie post of your interests for doing research so that faculty can find you
SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS - ETSU Traditional Fellowships increased from $2500 to $3000; Society Fellowships
increased from $4000 to $4500; follow link for details
Event Calendar for the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) - includes meetings and undergraduate grants
National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is a national and annual undergraduate research conference. The next meeting will be April 2019 on the campus of Kennesaw State University.
- Conference information and abstract submission is TBD.
- SoCon Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF), 2018 Nov 2-4, Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC
- Press Release from 2017: Link
- Abstract Deadline: September 12, 2018
- NOTE: ETSU will take 10 student participants. Students will be notified about their selection to attend SURF shortly after the deadline.
Boland Undergraduate Symposium is ETSU's annual undergraduate research conference.
- Next Symposium: Friday, March 29, 8a-5p, Millennium Center
- Oral Presentation Workshop: TBD, Yoakley Hall, Room 109
- Next Forum: Friday, April 12, 8a-6p, Millennium Center
- The Undergraduate Research Symposium is an annual undergraduate research conference at UT-Knoxville
- See: www.ursautk.org
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH & CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
Scholarship takes many forms. Research is often associated with the sciences and humanities. Creative activities are often associated with the arts. But scholarship is a unifying standard underlying all forms of academic inquiry.
Ultimately, undergraduate involvement in scholarly activities is "hands-on" in nature, often involving some student independence. Research and creative activities can be educationally enriching and highly rewarding experiences.
Participating in research or a creative activity can have many benefits:
preparation for a career,
preparation for graduate school,
development of transferable skills.
A project will generally lead to an outcome that can strengthen your resume (such as a linkable presentation).
Projects can often lead to networking opportunities.
Students generally work under the direct supervision of a professor.
You are greatly encouraged to explore the scholarship opportunities that ETSU makes available to its undergraduate students.
- 2014-15 Academic Year/2015 Summer Report
- 2015-16 Academic Year/2016 Summer Report
- 2016-17 Academic Year/2017 Summer Report
- 2017-18 Academic Year/2018 Summer Report
Pursue your passion.
To promote and advance the sciences, humanities, and arts by engaging and supporting undergraduates in research.
To make undergraduate research an integral part of the university experience at ETSU.
Interview with Summer Fellowship Awardee
In this interview Alison shares about her background, her experiences, and how the opportunity to be involved with research has impacted her education at ETSU.
Richard Ignace Ignace's research expertise is in the area of astronomy, especially stellar astrophysics. His publications and grant awards are summarized in his CV. Ignace has a long record of working with undergraduate researchers and is excited to work in support of student engagement in research and creative activities across ETSU.