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Information For Students
Present at a Conference
There are many discipline-specific professional meetings and conferences that invite students to share their work as posters or short presentations. If you think you are ready to share your work at a professional meeting or conference, talk to your mentor or a faculty in your department. And consider funding your experience with an Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Award.
The UW's Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, the Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities, and the McNair Research Conference are great ways to share your work in a comfortable atmosphere with fellow students, faculty, and community members.
Students who want to practice their talks can use the Digital Presentation Studio at Odegaard to record and review their presentation. Additionally, you can also schedule an appointment with us and we will provide feedback on your presentation. Preparing for your presentation is an important aspect of any conference. Make sure you're ready to share your work!
Additional conferences are listed as they are made available to the Undergraduate Research Program. Please note that the URP is not a sponsor of any of these conferences:
Additional information about various conferences can be found at: