URF ONLINE Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Miami's 27th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum offers student researchers an opportunity to engage with the wider university community and public audiences. Each spring Miami celebrates the accomplishments of undergraduate students and of their faculty and graduate student mentors. Their research may have been conducted as part of a class, an independent study, a community project, service-learning projects, creative projects, etc. #MiamiOHUndergradResearch #MiamiOH_URForum2021

On April 21, 2021 -27th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum celebrated the accomplishments of over 500 undergraduate students and of their faculty and graduate student mentors. Their research may have been conducted as part of a class, an independent study, a community project, service-learning projects, creative projects, etc. 

Topical Panel Sessions included:

  • Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Relevance of Undergraduate Research for Careers
  • Getting Started with Undergraduate Research
  • Research during the Pandemic

ORU invites you to explore 26th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum held Wednesday, April 29, 2020, as the first-ever online event.

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Learn More .... May 06, 2021 College of Arts and Science News Story by Hanna Reams and Emma Boggess, CAS communications interns  

CAS students tackle interdisciplinary COVID-19 research at Miami's annual Undergraduate Research Forum

"The 27th Annual Undergraduate Research Forum, held on April 21 over Zoom, featured over 500 Miami student researchers giving a total of 220 presentations. With support from their faculty mentors, students presented their year-long research projects that were conducted in a variety of disciplines and approaches, such as community projects, independent studies, service-learning projects, and creative projects. Of the nearly 200 research projects led by students in the College of Arts and Science, at least 14 were focused on COVID-19. From geography to biochemistry to public health, here is a sampling of how CAS students took on the many different facets of the pandemic over the past year."