Undergraduate Research Forum

Student presents to a group at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Forum.
 Student presents to a group at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Forum.
Student presents to a group at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Forum.

Thank you for joining us for Miami's 25th Undergraduate Research Forum! 

Be sure to look forward to our 2019 - 2020 deadlines: 

DUOS October 14th, 2019
URA October 14th, 2019
USS January 31st, 2020

Photos from the event can be found on PhotoShelter. See below for the archived schedule of event from Spring 2019: 

A Two-day Event

Shriver Center 701 E. High Street Oxford, OH 45056

Schedule of Events for Tuesday April 23, 2019

  • Plenary
  • Themed Panels
  • Centers & Research Support Showcase

Schedule of Events for Wednesday April 24, 2019

  • Large Format Poster Sessions
  • e-Posters: 10-minute Talks 

Download the UR 19 Forum Event Schedule 2019-ur-forum-booklet-508.pdf 

We cordially invite the Miami community and the public to drop into this free event. Miami student researchers craft their own understanding of the value of inquiry-based learning. Every Miami program has opportunities for students to excel through research experiences. Students learn the research process involves systematic investigations to establish novel facts, solve new or existing problems, explore new creative ideas, or develop new theories. Miami students do not have to be a science major to participate in undergraduate research. Students get involved in undergraduate research in the math, engineering, business, humanities, education, fine and performing arts, and health, education and social sciences. A variety of student research stories are highlighted on departmental websites. Miami's ORU hosts the annual Undergraduate Research Forum each spring to showcase faculty-mentored student research.

By participating in undergraduate research, students gain experience and skills valued by employers, graduate schools and medical schools. Miami is nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report for its "unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching." Getting involved in research allows students to build meaningful relationships with our dedicated Miami faculty outside of the traditional classroom setting. Our model of engaged inquiry encourages critical thinking and peer-assisted learning to provide students with personal, educational, and professional growth.