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Undergraduate Research Forum

Join us for this showcase of research and creative activity conducted by our undergraduate students under the guidance of faculty and graduate student mentors. The UR Forum event includes an in-person display of research posters during 3 poster sessions and ten-minute talks sessions throughout the day. Open to the public.

Miami University's 30th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum

In-person, free, and open to the public all day. 

April 26, 2024

Join us at Shriver Center, 701 E. Spring St., Oxford, OH 45056

Miami's celebration of collaborative learning builds on a rich tradition, of showcasing scholarly and creative works conducted by our undergraduate students, under the guidance of dedicated mentors (faculty, staff, and graduate students).

Event Schedule


"Telling Your Research Story," Shriver Center Foyer

Miami University Centers and Research Support Showcase John Dolibois Rooms

Poster Presentations Session A, John Dolibois Room, 9-10:30am

Ten-minute Talk Presentations, Bystrom-Reid Room and Caroline Scott Room

Session I, 9:30-10:30am
Session II, 10:45-11:45am

[En]lighting Talks, Heritage Room, 10:45 11:40 am

Twenty students will present 2-minute talks on their research


Luncheon, Heritage Room, 11:45am 

The serving line opens at 11:45am

Noon - 12:45pm

· Remarks by the President's Office;

· Library Award for Undergraduate Research Excellence - Winners Celebration;

· Panel Discussion: Faculty, Student and Employer perspectives on the impacts of undergraduate research

At noon the speeches begin, attendees will continue getting food and finding places to sit while the speeches are going on.

Afternoon Presentations

Miami University Centers and Research Support Showcase John Dolibois Rooms

Poster presentations Session B, John Dolibois Room, 1-2:30pm

Ten-minute Talk Presentations- Bystrom-Reid Room and Caroline Scott Room

Session III: 1:15-2:15pm   
Session IV: 2:30-3:30pm

Poster presentations Session C, John Dolibois Room, 3-4:30pm

Miami's Undergraduate Research Forum website displays presentation materials (a project abstract and gallery-walk images from the slides, an image(s) of the poster or the ten-minute talk presentation, etc.). Open to the public, the site is searchable by research topic/ student major, participant names, keywords, STEM, etc. 

Thanks to everyone who contributes to the success of this Amazing Event. In addition to the (208) poster presentations, 40 Ten-minute talk presentations involving 60 students are scheduled. We appreciate the contribution of Miami Graduate students who volunteer to serve as session moderators. 

Contact Us

Office of Research for Undergraduates
122 King Library
Oxford, OH 45056