Anastasia Mironova, Brian Mullen, and Dr. Patrick O'Leary

Discovery Grant Winners Anastasia Mironova and Brian Mullen with Dr. Patrick O'Leary (right) at the VIS Conference.

University Honors College, Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship supports a wide variety of research and presentation opportunities for UAA undergraduates.

Awards programs:

Note: Identical proposals may not be submitted to multiple grants.

Symposium Undergraduate Research Fair:
Each spring, the Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship solicits abstracts from undergraduates who have or are conducting original research or creative projects. Students whose abstracts are selected for the Symposium will present their scholarly work as poster presentations. Additionally, participants' abstracts are published in the annual Symposium Proceedings.

Abstracts should follow formats consistent with the published literature in the applicant’s field of study and should not exceed 250 words. Please consult with your faculty mentor or advisor. Abstracts selected for inclusion in the Symposium will be published in the annual Symposium Proceedings as they are submitted with your application. Therefore, applicants are advised to submit an edited final version approved by their faculty mentor.

Submission Guidelines:
The abstract deadline for the 2013 sympsosium will be posted as it is available.  Abstracts will be reviewed by faculty in the appropriate disciplines and students will be notified of the status of their abstracts no later than the second week of April.

To submit your abstract, please use the online form.