Presenting Your Research

So you've done this amazing research, now what? Present it! Tufts and other institutions offer opportunities for students to present their work in a variety of formats. Poster sessions offer students the chance to share their work to a wide audience and engage with people one-on-one as they pass by. Conference Panels situate students amongst other researchers focusing on a similar topic or theme. Students will prepare talks or papers to be read aloud. Questions can be individual or thematic, meant for anyone on the panel to answer. 

Below are some opportunities for undergraduates to present their work!

Tufts Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium

The Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium celebrates the many contributions made by Tufts undergraduates to scholarship and research advances. It includes presentations by undergraduates from all disciplines: natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, humanities, and the arts.

Harvard Undergraduate Research Conference

The Harvard Undergraduate Research Association holds an annual conference to promote the work of undergraduate students. Participants share their research to an audience of peers and distinguished leaders across various fields. Applications are encouraged from all disciplines.

Stanford Undergraduate Research Conference

The Stanford Undergraduate Research Association offers a conference annually in the spring. Undergraduates from across the nation meet to discuss their research and present their findings. Among the audience are distinguished members from various disciplines.