Presenting your research provides you with an important opportunity to share your findings and results with other students and faculty and gain valuable feedback on your work. Larger conferences and presentation opportunities will also give you a chance to practice your public speaking skills and professionalism. These venues are a great place to network with peers and other professionals in your field. Listed below are select local and national presentation opportunities for undergraduate researchers.
Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium
By participating in the Annual Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium, Georgia Tech's largest undergraduate research colloquium, you will share your research work with other students and faculty from all over campus, learn about research in an informal atmosphere, gain valuable skills and experience in presenting your work, and make an impact on other undergraduates who may be wondering what research is all about.
Undergraduate Research Kaleidoscope
Hosted by The Tower Undergraduate Research Journal in conjunction with UROP and the Georgia Tech Library, the Undergraduate Research Kaleidoscope (URK) is a research presentation event where you present in the exciting pecha kucha style. The URK is a casual environment to discuss student research going on around campus, and all research topics are welcome.