Opportunities To Present Research Off-Campus
November 5, 2016 The State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research & Creative Symposium will be held at North Carolina Central University. Registration is now open and closes at 12:00 pm on October 19 for presenters. This is for any and all undergraduates who has completed some sort of research/scholarship/creative work in an undergraduate experience and is not open to graduate students. We plan to offer some limited transportation as well! If you are a sophmore...please check out the George Barthalmus research grants. All sophmore students from all disciplines are invited to apply. Application deadline for these research grants is October 3.
April 6-9, 2016: During the convention, a undergraduate researcher poster session will be held. This poster session showcases undergraduate research in professional writing, writing studies, rhetoric and composition, and related programs. Held in Houston, Texas, the CCCC is an annual convention for academics interested in all aspects of teaching and researching writing. For additional information, go to the CCCC webpage.
April 1-2, 2016 : North Carolina Academy of Sciences 113th Annual Meeting will be held at Methodist University. As more information is available updates will be posted here. But, for additional information about NCAS please visit the website at: http://www.ncacadsci.org/home.html
April 16, 2016 : The 41st Annual Carolinas Psychology Conference will be held at Campbell Univeristy. For additional information, please go to http://www.campbell.edu/education/psychology/carolinas-psychology-conference/
April 22, 2016: The 2016 Carolina Undergraduate Social Science Symposium will be held at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. The Symposium provides undergraduate students the opportunity to present their research at a professional meeting. Presentations in any area of Social Science are welcome. The conference will kick off with an exciting keynote address at 7 p.m.Thursday, April 21. Students whose papers are accepted will give a 10-12 minute presentation of their research on Friday, April 22. More information found here.
If there is a conference you know about and we haven't listed please free feel to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! We always are looking for more ways to show the great research being done by our fellow Seahawks!
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