Presenting Research on Campus
University of Maryland National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research
National undergraduate research conference hosted by the University of Maryland each spring semester, which includes opportunities to present academic research in a professional environment and participate in professional development activities. Approximately 250 individuals participate in the University of Maryland National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research each year. Registration deadline usually falls in mid-February.
Bioscience Day is an annual event on the College Park campus that features research talks, presentations, mini-symposia, and demonstrations by University of Maryland scientists.
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) Research Day
Held in the spring semester by the Neuroscience and Cognitive Science program in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Nutrition and Food Science Research Day
Held annually by the Department of Nutrition and Food Science (in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources).
Public Health Research @ Maryland
Explore and learn about recent advances in public health, ongoing research opportunities and the potential for new collaborations between the University of Maryland, College Park, the University of Maryland, Baltimore and other academic, community, state and federal partners. Held annually during the spring semester.
ResearchFest is an annual event that highlights the best undergraduate and graduate-level research from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE), the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), and the Fischell Department of Bioengineering (BioE). It allows students to share their work in a fun, casual setting with faculty, staff and students from their own and other departments. The event is sponsored by BioE, ChBE and MSE, and features guest judges, prizes, and a reception.
Undergraduate Research Day
Held each year on the Wednesday before Maryland Day, Undergraduate Research Day offers all undergraduates an opportunity to present their research to their peers and professors. A call for proposals is issued in March, and students submit abstracts summarizing their research projects. Participation is free, and more than 650 students presented their work each spring.