Many UW students present their research at local, national, and global conferences. Click on the opportunities below to learn about the variety of conferences UW students have participated in!
UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
Conferences Beyond UW
Conference Travel Award
We encourage all students who have a paper, poster, or scholarly creative work that has been accepted for presentation at a professional conference to apply for an award.
Preparing for Your Conference
Look through our repository of past posters created by students to get inspiration for yours.
Students can access technology spaces to prepare and practice their presentation.
Sign up for one on one advising with a Office of Undergraduate Research staff member to receive personalized feedback on your presentation.
Inclusive Research Communication
Broaden your audience by communicating your research in a variety of ways.
- Social media
- Issue/policy brief
- News media
Using diverse methods of research communication helps research become more inclusive and accessible to those outside of the research institution/field. This is especially important for those engaged in community-based research and any research that may impact specific populations. Consider consolidating your research into one of the forms above and practice communicating your research to those outside of your field!
Research results contribute to knowledge in a field when they are shared with other practitioners in the discipline.
If you’ve made a significant contribution to an area of research, you may wish to collaborate on a peer-reviewed publication for a professional journal. Also, be sure to talk to your mentor or a faculty member in your department if you have questions about getting published.
If you have had your work published or showcased in any venue, we would love to hear about it. Let us know at email@example.com.
Contact your subject librarian for more help.
If you would like to share your publications online, the UW Research Works offers a digital repository to share your published work in collaboration with your community.