Fall 2019 Seminar Series

The Undergraduate Research Seminar Series is valuable to prospective and current undergraduate researchers.

HIKS G980D | 4:30-5:30pm
(unless otherwise noted)

Bringing a laptop or tablet to sessions is suggested.

Sept. 10 - Where to Start to be an Undergraduate Researcher

Undergrads interested in getting started in research will learn what researchers are seeking, how they can approach potential research mentors, and what they need to do to prepare.

Sept. 16 - Preparing for the Research Roundtable :: MATH 175 :: 6-7pm 

Prepare for the next day's Research Roundtable. Learn techniques on how to present yourself to researchers' booths and who will be present.

Sept. 17 - Research Roundtable :: Co-Rec Black & Gold Gyms :: 10am-2pm

This event brings undergraduate research mentors and programs seeking applicants together with students seeking opportunities to learn more about opportunities are available. This event is similar to a job/career fair with all colleges and schools invited to attend.

Sept. 17 - Utilizing Available Libraries Resources

The resources the Purdue Libraries & School of Information Studies provide are essential to the undergraduate research process. Learn about available opportunities you may not be familiar with and how you can use this to locate a research mentor, begin, and improve your project.

Oct. 15 - Where to Start to be an Undergraduate Researcher

Undergrads interested in getting started in research will learn what researchers are seeking, how they can approach potential research mentors, and what they need to do to prepare.

Oct. 29 - How to Leverage and Market Your Research Experience

Similar to other experiences you may have, marketing your research experience to graduate school programs or employers for full-time positions or additional opportunities is critical. This workshop will help you communicate the skills you have gained during your research experience for current researchers OR help you communicate the skills you currently possess to obtain a research position.

Nov. 5 - Present Your Research: Oral Presentations :: HCRS 1066 :: 12-1pm

Oral presentation informational session before the Fall Undergraduate Research Expo. This is available for those who will be presenting their work in an oral presentation at the Fall Expo or other venues such as courses or off-campus conferences. Fall Expo participants who indicated they wanted to deliver an oral presentation are encouraged to attend, but it is open to everyone. This seminar is presented by the Honors College. Attendees must RSVP via the Qualtrics survey since lunch is provided.

Nov. 5 - Present Your Research: Posters

Novice and expert poster designers are invited to learn poster best practices in anticipation for the Fall Expo. Those who plan to present a poster are encouraged to attend.

Nov. 12 - Poster Work Day - Preparing for the Purdue Fall Undergraduate Research Expo

Poster presenters, for Purdue's conferences and off-campus conferences, are encouraged to bring a draft of their poster to the session to ask questions and receive feedback from peers and session presenters.

Nov. 18 - Fall Undergraduate Research Expo :: STEW 214 & PMU Ballrooms :: 8:30am-3:30pm

Engage with Purdue students about their research projects and creative endeavors across campus. The Purdue Fall Expo's day of oral presentations in the morning and a poster symposium in the afternoon includes topics from across campus. Those seeking research opportunities are highly encouraged to attend to learn about the various projects conducted by undergraduates in various fields and disciplines.

 

Dec. 3 - Summer Undergraduate Research Search Process

Current undergrad researchers and interested students who want to locate a summer research program will learn how to search and apply for programs. Bringing a personal device is encouraged to begin the search process at the end of the session.

**The Undergraduate Research Seminar Series is co-sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies.**

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