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.

Wed Apr 19, 2023 Miami 29th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum Save the Date!

Wednesday April 19, 2023 Miami University's 29th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum be an in-person event to be held at the Shriver Center (701 E. Spring Street Oxford, Ohio). The date coincides with the National Undergraduate Research week, April 17-21. 

Each spring, the Miami community showcases the accomplishments of undergraduate students and their faculty and graduate student mentors. The 2023 UR forum will include poster presentations, talks, a showcase of research centers, a featured exhibit on “telling your research story” and a panel discussion at lunchtime. Event is free and open to the public. Schedule details are forthcoming.

Presentation Registration Link will be live [Feb 5 - March 6, 2023]
Miami Undergraduates are invited to register a presentation to tell us about their research experiences (which may have been conducted as part of a class, an independent study, a community project, service-learning projects, creative projects, etc.). 

Miami's Undergraduate Research Forum website serves as a digital repository to host presentation materials (a project abstract and gallery-walk images from the slides, an image of your poster., etc.). Open to the public, the site is searchable by research topic/ student major, participant names, keywords, STEM, etc. In spring 2022 Miami University's 28th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum featured approximately 215 presentations which involved 159 seniors, 92 juniors, 56 sophomores, and 104 first year students. 

In 2020, 2021 and 2022 this signature event was held virtually. The Office of Research for Undergraduates (ORU) is very appreciative of the dedicated Library staff members who supported the event website, IT Services and CAS-IT who provided technical support and both the Career Services and University Libraries who helped prepare student presenters for the forum.