The Undergraduate Research Conference is an annual event where students present work related to course research, creative work in the visual and performing arts, study abroad trips, community service, and much more. The conference benefits the campus community by helping students hone their ability to present information in a public setting, give and receive constructive feedback, and view important work being done by others both in and outside of their own fields.
The conference is free to attend and open to the public. Fitchburg State is committed to providing a comfortable, inclusive, and respectful environment for all members of our community.
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View a slide show from the recent ARTeries exhibit
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Congratulations to the 2019 top poster and presentation finishers.
Samantha Richard, Microplastics in the Nashua River Watershed, Dept. of Earth and Geographic Sciences, Sponsor: Dr. Daniel Welsh
Andrew Gagnon,Accessing Health Information: College Students' Health Literacy and Resource Use, Dept. of Psychological Sciences, Sponsor: Dr. Jannette McMenamy
Creative Writing Showcase
Dana Shahar, One Hundred Bedtime Stories
Congratulations to the 2018 top poster and presentation finishers.
John Sanford, Analysis of tRNA-Directed Riboswitches in Bacillus cereus and Bacillus anthracis, Dept. of Biology and Chemistry, Sponsor: Dr. Sean Rollins
Lixandra Numbem, Synthesis of Fluorine-Containing Compounds, Dept. of Biology and Chemistry, Sponsor: Dr. Dennis Awasabisah
Creative Writing Showcase
Faith Chesbrough, CRISS CROSS
Congratulations to the 2017 top poster and presentation finishers. Click on the links to read the abstracts.
Lexie Stewart, Kasandra Gonet, Courtney Hertz, Lisa Kay, Narcan for Dummies, Dept. of Nursing, Sponsor: Dr. Deborah Stone
Eljah Tucker, An Academic Study of Artificial Intelligence Use in the Classroom for Students with Disabilities, Dept. of Computer Science, Sponsor: Nadimpalli Mahadev
Congratulations to the 2016 top poster and presentation finishers. Click on the links to read the abstracts.
Jacquelyn Durkan and Hannah Lombardo, How fat regulates stress response signaling in the model organism C. elegans, Dept. of Biology and Chemistry, Sponsor: Dr. Natalie Karagodsky
Robin Pike, GIS Internship with the Ayer Department of Public Works, Dept. of Earth and Geographic Sciences, Sponsor: Dr. Jane Huang