"Students learn the most when they engage in their own searches for knowledge and discovery. Our program in undergraduate research and the symposium stimulate this journey, and I am proud both of our students and of the faculty and staff who guide their education."
- Todd Diacon
University Library – 5th Floor – Rm 510
1125 Risman Drive
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001
Deadline for Abstract submission has been extended to March 3
Engaging in research or working on a creative activity as an undergraduate student is a fantastic way to work closely with prominent faculty members and researchers, learn more about an area of interest, apply classroom knowledge, and expand skills while building your professional resume.
What is research?
Undergraduate Research, scholarship, and creative Activities describe collaborations between students and faculty members in the sciences, arts, humanities, and social sciences. It is inquiry into an area or investigation that allows an undergraduate student to make a unique contribution (intellectual, original, or creative) to their field. This contribution can be in the form of new knowledge, interpretation of knowledge, or artistic/creative performance.