2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)
The University of Central Oklahoma is hosting the National Conference on Undergraduate
Research (NCUR) April 4-7, 2018, and we want YOU and your STUDENTS to be a part of
DID YOU KNOW?
· Over 5,000 students are expected to come from all across the United States.
· Seventy percent of students surveyed prefer NCUR to other professional conferences.
· Abstract submissions are open through December 5, 2017.
WILL YOU SHARE?
· Let your students know they have what it takes to present at NCUR.
· Let colleagues know that you can submit an abstract for the Faculty and Administrative Sessions.
· Let others know about all the activities taking place at NCUR, including the pre-conference workshops, oral and poster presentations, visual and performing arts, graduate school and professional preparation fair, and special interest sessions.
WHY SHOULD STUDENTS ATTEND?
· To present their research, creative, and scholarly activities.
· To network with scholars from all disciplines.
· To connect and engage with students from across the country.
· To participate in diverse and inclusive activities.
· To prepare for graduate and professional school.
· To learn from special guest speakers and community sponsors.
· To explore the vibrant and unique culture of Edmond and Oklahoma City.
We look forward to seeing you at NCUR 2018! Please distribute and share with your colleagues.
UCO is Co-hosting NCUR 2018 with the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Registration opens in January 2018.
For additional information and contact details, visit the following link:
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