Center for Student Research
The purpose of the Center for Student Research is to promote an enhanced educational experience for students by providing opportunities for meaningful interaction between faculty and students through support, education, and programming in research and creative activities. Appointment hours are available on Mondays between 1pm and 4pm, by request. If these hours do not work for you, we may still be able to schedule your appointment. Please Contact Kiana Moore at email@example.com or call 940-898-3373.
National Conference on Undergraduate Research - NCUR 2019
The Center for Student Research would like to encourage students with faculty mentors who have completed a research project or creative endeavor to participate in the 2019 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). This conference of nearly 4,000 participants promotes undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activities in all disciplines.
This year's event will be held at the Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA from April 10-13, 2019. Presenters must complete the online abstract submission form at Abstract Submission Portal to be considered for acceptance. Guidelines for abstract submissions are located at the following site: Abstract Guidelines. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, December 4, 2018.
Recent Highlights from the Center for Student Research
- Student Emily Roper is an undergraduate whose research was recently published in the 2018 NCUR proceedings:
How is your Voice Perceived? A Perceptual Study
- Six senior Kinesiology students compete in NASA design challenge:
The Acolytes of Apollo
Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Research Grant
Travel grants of up to $1,500 are available for graduate students. These grants provide funding for travel in support of career development opportunities, such as conducting or presenting research. More information about this program and application materials can be found on the Phi Kappa Phi website. The application deadline is Friday, November 30, 2018.
Page last updated 11:17 AM, November 6, 2018