Since 2012, the Office of Research and the J.N. Andrews Honors Program have worked together to organize a poster symposium in which Honors Scholars, Undergraduate Research Scholars, and other undergraduates present their research. The event takes place in March.
In March of each year, the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences hosts a research symposium for undergraduate students. The event is live streamed and recorded.
The Department of Teaching, Learning & Curriculum sponsors an annual research and best practices conference that includes a significant number of off-campus participants. Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as teachers and professors, are invited to give presentations at this March event.
Early career researchers—advanced undergraduate students, grad students, and early career professors—are invited to participate in the annual Andrews Research Conference. Three rotating themes of the May conference are STEM, Social Sciences, and Arts & Humanities.
Presentations take place in November.
The symposium is held in mid-April every year.