Undergraduate Research Conference
The TTU Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) was first organized by the TTU/HHMI Scholar Service Organization in 1997 as “Research Days” in order to give undergraduates an opportunity to present their research to the TTU and area communities. The event is held every spring semester and is now open to all undergraduate researchers from all disciplines on campus.
During the week, students have an opportunity to present their research, meet visiting alumni to discuss careers in STEM. Several poster, oral and panel presentation sessions are attended and evaluated by university faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. Register to present or attend the URC at the Center for Undergraduate Research.URC Book Abstracts
The Richard L. Blanton Endowed Scholarship for Undergraduate Research and the Susan G. Talkmitt Science Motivator Award are presented at the TTU/HHMI Research Celebration Banquet at the end of the conference.
[Hosted by the Texas Tech University @CALUE, The Texas Tech University/Howard Hughes Medical Institute (TTU/HHMI) Program at the Center for the Integration of STEM Education & Research (CISER), The Office of the Vice President for Research and the University Honors College. ]