Undergraduate researchers are invited to present their research in a poster presentation format on April 16-20, 2012 in Lubbock, Texas for TTU Undergraduate Research Conference. The event is designed to showcase the contributions of undergraduate research throughout the nation. Poster presentations represent talented undergraduate students or recent undergraduates from a general academic institution.
Abstracts due by
- March 7, 2012, 11:59pm CST – TTU students
- March 28, 2012, 11:59pm CST – Visiting institutions & TTU Political Science Students (ONLY)
If you are a TTU student and have missed the March 7th Abstract Submission deadline and would like to still be considered to present during the TTU Undergraduate Research Conference, email firstname.lastname@example.org with details as to why you were unable to submit your abstract by the submission deadline. Additionally, include your faculty mentor's contact information and any details pertaining to your circumstances. The TTU Undergraduate Research Conference Committee will review late submissions and contact students individually regarding conditional acceptance.
Invoices will be emailed to the email address you provide in the registration form. All abstract information you submit will be included in the CUR abstract book. The forms below are hosted on Google Docs and require an active Internet connection to access
- Presenter Registration Form
Undergraduate Researchers may present in Poster, Oral, or Paper presentation format.
- Reviewer / Judge Registration Form
Reviewers / Judges are needed on April 17th and 18th. Faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to participate.
- Conference Volunteer Registration Form
Interested in volunteering to assist with conference activities? Come join us! All TTU student, faculty, or staff is welcome to assist with conference activities.
- Non-Presenter Registration Form
Non-presenters are welcome to attend and participate in conference activities hosted throughout the week.
- Research must have been completed under the guidance of a faculty member.
- The research project must be of sufficient quality to be presented at a professional academic meeting.
- Students will be required to attend the event at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, and present their research in a poster, oral or paper presentation format.
Any undergraduate student satisfying the above requirements are invited to participate in the conference.