From a local symposium to a national conference to submitting your research online, there are so many ways to present your research. If you have to present as an ending requirement for one of the research programs on campus, see the options below to find the best fit for you and your project.
Registration is open for the Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium! 🤓
Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Undergraduate Symposium is an annual poster fair in the Spring that gives all undergraduate researchers a chance to share their research, scholarly and creative projects with the University community.
Fall Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Fall Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate researchers to share their research, scholarly and creative projects virtually with the University community.
Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium is a summer poster fair that gives all undergraduate researchers a chance to share their research, scholarly and creative projects with the University community.
University of Minnesota Duluth Showcase
There are two University of Minnesota - Duluth Showcases each year which provide an opportunity for U of MN students to present their research results. These take place in November and April on the UMD campus. Students from other campuses are welcome to present there as well.
U of M Digital Conservancy
The University of Minnesota’s Digital Conservancy (UDC) provides a permanent and searchable home for your research paper or poster. Hosted by the U of M libraries, this option for presentation is available year-round.
MURAJ Research Journal
The Minnesota Undergraduate Research & Academic Journal is an academic journal dedicated to the academic research of undergraduate students. It is a student-run publication that strives toward a diverse representation of work from all subjects and fields.
Students are encouraged to submit research in a variety of formats and platforms, whether it be by text, photo, or video. As the University’s first undergraduate research journal, MURAJ aims to stay committed to its values of diversity and broad scope by publishing work from all areas of research and from students in all ranges of their undergraduate career.
Other Presentation Opportunities
There are also a number of other ways you can get credit for presenting your research. From presenting to a class to being published in a journal, see a list we've put together of ideas.
The Pathways to Graduate School: Summer Research Program students present their findings at the Summer Undergraduate Research Showcase in early August. This is a research fair that gives Pathways scholars and other undergraduates from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities a chance to share their research, scholarly and creative projects with the University community.
Applications to present at the Summer Symposium typically open in July.
National Conference on Undergraduate Research
NCUR is an annual spring conference open to undergraduates in any field that is held at a different institution each year. Options include oral and poster presentations as well as options for performance.