Upcoming Research Events & Workshops

Curiosity Hours

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS (AFTER ADD/DROP)

6-7:30PM

Location: Cup and Chaucer, Hillman Library

All undergraduates are invited to attend Curiosity Hours, where you can chat about research or creative pursuits with an OUR Undergraduate Mentor. We'll treat you to a cup of coffee!

 

Workshop: Craft of Undergraduate Research Proposals

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30

5-7PM

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31

5-7PM

Location: Amy Knapp Room, Hillman Library

Registration: To be announced

Undergraduates applying to award, funding, or fellowship opportunities to support their self-directed, faculty-mentored research are strongly encouraged to attend one of these two workshops. Herein, OUR staff, Dietrich School faculty, ULS librarians, and former undergraduate award recipients break down the process of writing strong, stand-out proposals for application to the many opportunities available in the University. Students are encouraged to bring a draft of a proposal in any stage. 

 

Panel: The Research Path: Graduate School and Beyond

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

5-6:15PM

Location: Lower Lounge, William Pitt Union

The OUR Undergraduate Mentors host this panel event featuring experienced and successful researchers from across the University. Students who are interested in research as a path to graduate school or career opportunities should attend. 

 

Workshop: Research Posters

FRIDAY, MARCH 30

4-5:30PM

FRIDAY, APRIL 6

4-5:30PM

Location: 232, Cathedral of Learning

The OUR Undergraduate Mentors host these workshops to support undergraduates created posters to present their research at poster presentation sessions or conferences. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop with a draft of their poster. 

 

Forbes & Fifth, Spring Issue Release Party

APRIL 19, 2018                 

4-6PM

Location: Cloisters, Frick Fine Arts Building

Celebrate the 12th release of the undergraduate journal Forbes & Fifth. Forbes & Fifth features undergraduate thinkers, researchers, and artists from all around the world and is editted by a team of undergraduates at the University of Pittsburgh. Light refreshments and copies of the newest issue will be available. 

 

Celebration of Research

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

3:30-5:30PM

Location: Connelly Ballroom, Alumni Hall

Undergraduates researching in the First Experiences in Research program as well as the 2018 Spring Archival Scholars Research Award program will present their semesters work in this poster session. Projects range many disciplines and schools within the University. This event is free and open to the University community.