Towson University offers several friendly venues for students to learn more about undergraduate research and to showcase the results of their research and creative inquiry projects.
This year's Summer Research Conference will be held on September 28, 2023 and feature presentations by students who completed a summer research project under the guidance of faculty at Towson University or at another institution.
Undergraduate Research Week was held April 17 - 23 to celebrate the innovative work of students across campus who are performing research and creative inquiry. Students from all disciplines gather to share their impactful work with the TU community.
Immediately following the poster session on Monday, April 17, TU research alumni were invited to stay for a networking reception (registration required) with the student researchers and professors to share their experiences, guidance and professional updates.
The Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference at TU was held Saturday, April 22. It is designed to promote undergraduate research in mathematics by showcasing completed original research, selected expository presentations, as well as research projects in progress.
Twice a year, the Celebration of Scholarship and Learning (CSL) represents an opportunity for the entire Towson University community to interact with Honors College students who have recently completed or are in the process of completing experiential learning for Honors credit, such as conducting research, studying abroad, undertaking a service-learning course, or completing an internship.
Once a year, the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) provides opportunities for students with research projects to present their projects at national gatherings. NCUR 2023 was hosted by University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire April 13 - 15.
The TU Undergraduate Research Club (URC) meets every other Tuesday at 7 p.m. in 10 West Burke Avenue, room 165. URC is dedicated to helping undergraduate students achieve research excellence. This club is open to all majors and all undergraduate students, regardless of if you are a freshman or a senior. We connect club members to mentors who help students create research projects, present at national conferences and get published.