Research: A K-State Tradition
Now accepting applications for Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol 2020
Undergraduate researchers from all disciplines are encouraged to submit their application for the honor of presenting at the annual Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol poster symposium which will take place at the Capitol building in Topeka, KS, on March 5, 2020. Researchers must:
- be undergraduates during the 2019-2020 academic year;
- have completed research under the guidance of a K-State faculty mentor;
- follow the methodology of the appropriate academic discipline;
- have research of sufficient quality to be presented at a professional academic meeting;
- have the skills, resources, and capacity to produce a professional academic poster;
- agree to undergo training and rehearse their presentations prior to the Capitol event.
Please submit your application at http://bit.ly/2020KSURC by December 6, 2019.
In order for your application to be complete it must include:
- The title of your project
- A 250-word abstract
- A short paragraph stating how your research is related to Kansas
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
K-State Undergraduate Research Conference
Thank you to our attendees and supporters of the first annual K-State Undergraduate research conference on April 14, 2019. You can browse archived presentation materials here: https://newprairiepress.org/ksuugradresearch/.
Get Published as an Undergraduate
Check out K-State's new undergraduate research journal, Live Ideas, plus other opportunities to get published as an undergraduate!
Why do Undergraduate Research?
Dr. Don Saucier, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, and some of his undergraduate research collaborators, share the value and importance of undergraduate research in advancing your career.
Undergraduate Research Day 2019 at the State Capitol in Topeka, KS.