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SNHU Undergraduate Research Day

This guide contains all pertinent material for students to participate in Undergraduate Research Day at SNHU.

UGR 2023 Proposal Link for Students: 

 

Submit Your Proposal!

Deadlines:

  • Early Acceptance: Friday, December 9, 2022
  • Regular Admission: Friday, March 3, 2023

UGR 2023 Proposal Link for Faculty:

Faculty who have their whole class doing research may submit a single proposal for their class' group or individual projects using the link below:

 

Faculty Link!

 

Undergraduate Research Flyer

2023 UGR Research Day

When the schedule is established in March, a QR code for the schedule will appear here.

This QR code leads to this Undergraduate Research website:

QR Code for the SNHU Undergraduate Research website

Welcome to SNHU Undergraduate Research!

Three images in a row: Person in red with poster, Group photo, 2 people in front of poster

SNHU Undergraduate Research Day 2023

Theme: Conflict, Common Ground, and Collaborative Progress through Research


Where:  SNHU campus, 2500 N. River Road, Manchester, NH (Links for any virtual events will be provided in late March)

When:   Undergraduate Research Day is Wed. April 5, 2023
              See complete schedule by clicking on SNHU Research Week 2023 tab in left margin when it becomes available in late March

Who:   SNHU campus undergraduates
            SNHU online undergraduates up to the first 30 accepted proposals

How:    Submit a proposal by Friday, March 3, 2023 (link in left margin)

What:    Individual or group projects

  • Original Research - You create a study, conduct interviews, administer a survey, execute a lab sequence, etc.
  • Secondary Research - You find research and information on a topic and assemble your findings in a new way to educate your readers/viewers/colleagues
  • Creative or Technical Works - You conduct research in the process needed to create a film/documentary/video, graphic design, short story/novel/report, photo exhibit, song, video game, app, software, robot, drone, sculpture, 3D print, model, artifact, etc.
  • Case Studies - see the Case Studies tab at left to select one of two case studies to examine from your own disciplinary lens or viewpoint)

4 images of students presenting a poster or in front of a screen

 


What is Undergraduate Research Day?

What are Creative Works?

Why participate in Undergraduate Research Day?

Tips for those interested in Undergraduate Research