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The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly Endeavors and Creative Practice (URSC)

 

The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly Endeavors and Creative Practice seeks to educate, engage and empower the undergraduate population and faculty by encouraging collaboration through experiential learning in order to provide students with the skills necessary to obtain the most prestigious positions available to undergraduates.

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Undergraduate Discovery Student Lecture Series:
In partnership with UC Libraries, our office provides students with an opportunity to showcase their work through the first ever university-wide Undergraduate Discovery Student Lecture Series. Faculty and administrative staff may submit applications for their students to be considered for the URSC Student of the Month Award. Students who receive this award will be invited to speak at this Undergraduate Discovery lecture series. Click on the icon for more information!

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URSC Student of the Month:
Faculty and Administrative Staff are encouraged to nominate outstanding undergraduate students to be considered for the URSC Student of the Month Award. Students selected for this award will be invited to speak at the Undergraduate Discovery Student Lecture Series. Click on the icon for more information or to nominate your student!

 

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The Annual Undergraduate Conference: Research, Scholarship & Creative Works:
The 2014 UG Conference will be held on Friday April, 11th at UC's 5/3 Arena. ALL UC undergraduates are invited to present their work through oral presentation, poster, display or performance. Click on the icon for more information!

 

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Undergraduate Discovery Workshops:
Our office hosts monthly workshops designed to educated students on the necessary steps to take to reach their career goals, as well as gain research, scholarly and creative opportunities at UC. Click on the icon to register for our next workshop!

 

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Research, Education and Creative Opportunities Network (RECON):
A new mentorship program where experienced undergraduate student mentors will be paired with fellow undergraduates that have successfully completed our preparatory workshop. Our RECON mentors will help students gain basic certifications, build their cv and provide them with shadowing and networking opportunities. Click on the icon to learn more or join the RECON team!

The Office of UG Research, Scholarly Endeavors and Creative Practice

830S- Steger Student Life Center
513-556-5019

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