Undergraduate Research Conference (URC)
The 2018 Undergraduate Research Conference
and Honors Thesis Forum
April 18 – 20, 2018
Poster Presentations on Friday, April 20, 2018 LBJSC Ballroom
2018 URC and Honors Thesis Forum Schedule
|URC and Honors Thesis Forum Schedule|
|Oral Presentations||Wednesday, April 18||8AM - 5PM||LBJSC 3-5.1.|
|Oral Presentations||Thursday, April 19||8AM - 5PM||LBJSC 3-5.1.|
|Oral Presentations||Friday, April 20||8AM - 12PM||LBJSC 3-5.1.|
|Poster Presentation & Reception||Friday, April 20||1PM - 3 PM||LBJSC Ballroom|
Wednesday April 18 - Friday, April 20, 2018
Oral presentations will be held in LBJSC 3-5.1 on Wed. and Thurs.
Oral presentations will be held in LBJSC 3-5.1 on Fri.
The conference will conclude Friday, April 21, with a poster session and reception from 1:00-3:00 pm in LBJSC Ballroom.
Poster abstracts will only be presented on the final day of the URC during the poster session. Please plan to be at the URC 30 minutes in advance of the set time, and if you are presenting you must be with your poster for the set poster presentation time. You will not do an actual presentation, but will be answering questions about your work individually.
You must provided your own poster, the Honors College will not provide the poster for you. The poster should be no bigger than 6x6FT.
Poster Abstract Deadline for 2018, Coming Soon
Poster session proposals reflecting undergraduate research such as these are welcome for submission:
- Honors Thesis
- Completed Research Project
- Proposed Research
- Creative Project
- Course Project
All undergraduate research is eligible: you do not have to be a member of the Honors College or enrolled at Texas State to apply. Along with two cash prizes for best overall posters, this year the NEH Distinguished Teaching Professorship in the Humanities, in conjunction with the Common Experience, is offering cash prizes for the top two presentations in any of the above categories where the submission addresses the topic of Music and War. Conflict and war have always been an integral part of the human experience. The United States has been no exception to these wider trends, and since its beginnings, wars have had many and major formative effects on the development of US identity, culture, society, and policy. We are soliciting posters which engage with any aspect of war and its musical expression.
See past conference schedules and winners by clicking the link below.