30th Annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference
PRIORITY DEADLINE: February 12, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Applicants with applications that are completed with approved abstracts by the priority deadline will be registered to present at the Conference.
FINAL DEADLINE: February 19, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Applicants that completed with approved abstracts will be registered to present as space allows, but no applications will be accepted after the final deadline.
Sustainability Projects: The URC has partnered with the Office of Sustainability at UC Davis to highlight undergraduate research featuring sustainability components to their projects. There will be a question on the application site for the opportunity to request the Sustainability Project Designation. Projects From 2018.
Global Perspective Projects: The URC has partnered with UC Davis Global Affairs to provide a "Global Aggie" designation to research that reflects an effort to adopt a global perspective by including a focus: outside the United States, on addressing a Sustainable Development Goal, on a transnational population, person place or practice (economic, cultural, environmental, etc.) within the U.S., on how U.S.-based policies/practices are affecting or affected by global dynamics, or on an international or intercultural collaboration. There will be an opportunity on the application to request this designation. Projects from 2018.
- Abstract Titles: Abstract titles should use Title Case and be no more than 200 characters. Titles should be entered exactly as you would like it to appear in conference materials. Include appropriate use of italics, accents, superscripts, subscripts, and special characters for your discipline.
- Abstract: The abstract should be 150-200 words. It needs to be entered as a single-spaced paragraph with the text exactly as you would like it to appear in conference materials. Include appropriate use of italics, accents, superscripts, subscripts, and special characters for your discipline. Do NOT include citations.
- Approval: After an application is filled out with an abstract submission, an email is sent to the faculty sponsor designated on the application. This email provides the faculty sponsor with a link to be able to review and approve the abstract. Once approved, the abstract is considered final. There will be no opportunities to make edits once it is approved by your faculty sponsor.