• Discoverability Visible
  • Join Policy Restricted
  • Created 26 Jan 2016

Events List

  1. Summer Research Symposium

    Present your work during this poster symposium for summer research programs! Submit your abstract by July 15th through this website: https://www.purdue.edu/undergrad-research/students/conference/index.php.

  2. Managing a Professional Social Media Presence

    Shawn Dildine, Marketing and Communications Specialist in Krannert, will present on how to maintain a professional social media presence while highlighting your undergraduate research experience. This session is open to all undergraduate researchers but is part of the SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship) program. We appreciate SURF opening this seminar up to anyone who is interested.

  3. How to Create a Research Poster

    Learn best practices when it comes to starting or polishing your academic research poster. This is a great seminar for novice and experienced presenters as ideas may spark new ideas! For those unfamiliar with Hicks Library, go downstairs, go into the library and then turn right and then right again to find room G980D.

  4. Faculty Seminar: Michael Sangid, PhD

    no content

  5. Summer Research Social

    Come out and enjoy an afternoon with other undergraduate researchers who are on campus this summer! Trivia, bingo, pizza, and dessert will be available! The summer research group photo will be at 4pm! RSVP at https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0oAohdijsy18Bpj. If you find yourself available during the afternoon on June 19th, please feel free to stop on by - even if you did not RSVP! The more the merrier!

  6. Faculty Seminar: Sara McMillan, PhD

    no content

  7. Faculty Seminar: Mohamed Seleem, DVM, PhD

    no content

  8. Funding and Fellowships

    Get paid to go to graduate school! Learn about various sources of funding – including assistantship and fellowships – that not only pay you a modest salary but also cover your tuition. Then, take a more in-depth look at the application process for the nation’s most prestigious fellowship: The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Learn tips from a former reviewer on how to position yourself for success! Please note that while the first few slides of this presentation will...

  9. Faculty Seminar: Kendra Erk, PhD

    no content

  10. Responsible Conduct of Research & Research Ethics

    Undergraduate researchers must follow best practices when it comes to conducting research regardless of the field, also known as RCR. Dave Zwicky, assistant professor in the Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies, will deliver his presentation that will provide examples and information that helps translate the CITI training you may have completed into real-life scenarios. This seminar is encouraged for all undergraduate researchers. To help ensure the space will be big...

  11. GRE/ETS Presentation

    An ETS representative will be here to discuss the GRE logistical information to help students know where to go to register and what resources ETS provides to students. This session is open to all undergraduate researchers but is part of the SROP (Summer Research Opportunities Program). We appreciate SROP opening this seminar up to anyone who is interested.

  12. Faculty Seminar: Jonathan Wilker, PhD

    no content

  13. Faculty Seminar: Luna Lu, PhD

    no content

  14. Sexual Harassment Training - Summer Research Group Seminar

    Christie Wright, J.D., Interim Director of the Office of Institutional Equity, will be presenting a sexual harassment training seminar for current undergraduate researchers, research mentors (graduate students, post-docs, faculty), and research program administrators. RSVP: https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0Hhf5j0by06Qsn3

  15. Showcasing Your Research Experience Online

    Translate your research experience, skills, and products online to correctly curate the work you have accomplished and to promote to graduate programs and future employers that skills you possess.

  16. DataConnect: Connecting Your Data to Your Poster/Presentation

    DataConnect is an online tool that allows researchers to link their data with the poster or presentation they deliver. This open access tool allows others to see what conclusions were made and the data that led to those conclusions.

  17. Geothermal Design Challenge - Data Visualization Deadline to Submit

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO), in partnership with the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) and the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), invites both high school and university (undergraduate & graduate) teams to explore the future of geothermal energy and visualize the world of geothermal energy by participating in the 2019 Geothermal Design Challenge™. Teams of 2 or 3 members will research data, interpret information and...

  18. Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference - Poster Symposium

    Engage with Purdue students about their research projects and creative endeavors across campus. The Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference's day of poster sessions includes topics from across campus in a morning and an afternoon session. To present, submit your abstract by March 1 through the link provided.

  19. Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference - Oral Presentations

    Engage with Purdue students about their research projects and creative endeavors across campus. The Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference's day of oral presentations includes topics from across campus including a special track concerning research projects pertaining to the Apollo mission program, celebrating their 50th anniversary.

  20. Poster Practice Day - Preparing for Undergraduate Research Conference

    Poster presenters can practice their presentations and receive feedback from session leaders and peers. Project your poster on the large screen and get tips to make your research pitch and/or poster better before printing it out for the Conference.