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Fall Undergraduate Research Showcase

Students present their research at a poster session.

2020 Fall Undergraduate Research Showcase (Online Event)

 Online beginning November 30th! 

Our Fall event provides students with an opportunity to share their academic research and creative projects with their research mentors, instructors, peers, and families. The general public and all KU undergraduate students are invited to attend, whether you are presenting your projects or are simply wanting to learn more about undergraduate research. This year, we are planning an online event. Therefore, the event will include oral presentations in addition to poster presentations! Please check back for more details! 


Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend University of Kansas sponsored events. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this event, please contact the Center for Undergraduate Research by November 25, 2019 at 785-864-5733 or


Fall Undergraduate Research Showcase Quick Links

2020 Deadline: November 20, 2020

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