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(photo from the 2018 Celebration of Undergraduate Research by Kristen Chavez) Photo shows a student presenting her poster.
(photo from the 2018 Celebration of Undergraduate Research by Kristen Chavez)

The Celebration of Undergraduate Research is a research symposium held at UNC-Chapel Hill each April. The goal of the celebration is to showcase and encourage meaningful UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate research in all disciplines. Students can also use the celebration as an opportunity to meet potential faculty advisers and find out about research opportunities at UNC-Chapel Hill. At the event, undergraduate students present their research in concurrent poster sessions.

This is the 20th year of the annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research. It will be held April 24 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. at the Blue Zone in the Loudermilk Center for Excellence in Kenan Stadium. The Office for Undergraduate Research is excited to be collaborating with the Quality Enhancement Plan Research & Making Expo for a combined symposium this year. More than 250 students representing over 30 disciplines from across the University will be presenting their research findings and maker artifacts.

The program for the event can be found at https://our.oasis.unc.edu/public_html/cur-2019/cur-program-2019.pdf.

Learn more about the event.

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