A number of departments and individual courses host seminars and symposia that feature the research of undergraduates. See the list below for departmental events and ask your instructors about opportunities to present your research or to learn more about the research your peers are doing.
We welcome listings of undergraduate research seminars, events or workshops related to student research from individual departments or campus organizations. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to link to or list seminar or workshop information.
We also welcome your requests to co-sponsor your symposium if UNC undergraduates will be presenting their work and if the event is open to the public. Requests to co-sponsor workshops related to student research are also eligible for support.
Department of Biology
Candidates for Honors present and defend their thesis research during the John K. Koeppe Biology Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Department of Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry and Gamma Sigma Epsilon will be hosting an undergraduate research symposium on April 1, 2011 at 12:30 p.m in Chapman Hall. The afternoon-long symposium will feature the original research of UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduates in projects principally involving chemistry.
Department of Computer Science
The Computer Science Department has an in-house symposium every year. Students spend a half day presenting their research to the entire department.
Department of English
This half-day meeting features the work of UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduates and includes a keynote address.
Department of Philosophy: Undergraduate Symposium
The Philosophy Club and Phi Sigma Tau coordinate a student conference of selected papers. The one-day conference is set in the format of a professional conference where students have an opportunity to present their research.