Student Research Week celebrates the research and creative projects of UCF undergraduate and graduate students. During Student Research Week, graduate and undergraduate students can learn about research, present research, develop research skills, meet with researchers, plan for the future.

    Highlights:
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence
  • Graduate Research Forum

Schedule - All events are open to UCF students, faculty, staff and the Central Florida community.

No RSVP required.



2
Apr
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Student Union: Cape Florida Ballroom (Room 316)

Learn how to communicate your research project to a variety of audiences. This workshop is ideal for those presenting their research at the Graduate Research Forum, Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence, or other conferences.

Questions? Feel free to contact the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR@ucf.edu)

2
Apr
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Student Union: Cape Florida Ballroom (Room 316CD)

This workshop describes how to improve the impact of your research by anticipating the markets and value for your ideas and innovations. These insights help researchers attract grants, institutional support, and commercial investment.

Facilitated by Dr. Cameron Ford, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

No RSVP required.

2
Apr
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Student Union: Key West Ballroom (Room 218)

Does research make you anxious or nervous? This workshop will provide concrete strategies for reducing your research-related jitters. 

Facilitators: Dr. Benetta Wholuba and Dr. Bryanna Campbell

3
Apr
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Student Union: Pegasus Ballroom

The Graduate Student Association and the College of Graduate Studies invite you to attend the 15th Annual Graduate Research Forum in the Student Union's Pegasus Ballroom. This event will showcase the research and creative projects of more than 300 graduate students who will give presentations on a variety of topics and disciplines. Posters and oral presentations wil

3
Apr
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Burnett Honors College: Room 130

Ready to undertake original and independent work in your major?

Come learn more about out eligibility requirements, program benefits, and the steps to complete an Honors in the Major thesis/creative project!

In this program, students research, write, and defend an original thesis/creative project that is published through the university library.

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3
Apr
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Neptune 158: Multipurpose Room

Join Undergraduate Research and Housing and Residence Life for a student researcher panel and tabling event to learn more about the opportunities available to student researchers. Current students will share their experiences with research both on and off campus, seeking research funding, and presenting their research. Come learn how to get involved in research, and how

3
Apr
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Rehearsal Hall: Auditorium

Jazz Chamber Groups Concert. Free and open to the public. No Ticket Required

4
Apr
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Student Union: Cape Florida Ballroom (Room 316)

This workshop will provide you with information about funding opportunities that are available to students pursuing a graduate degree. At the workshop you will learn about UCF graduate funding and major fellowships awarded by external agencies. Finally, we will provide you with additional resources needed to take advantage of these opportunities.

Facilitated by J

4
Apr
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)

Find out everything you wanted to know about graduate school, including identifying programs, admissions, and how to succeed once you are there.

No RSVP needed.

4
Apr
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

Part 1: Citation Metrics & Measuring Impact

Citation metrics provide quantitative data used to evaluate the impact of a scholar’s research. Several methods and tools exist to assist scholars with obtaining information about citation counts and impact data, such as ISI Web of Science, Google Scholar, and other citation counting tools by dis

5
Apr
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Student Union

Join us for the 15th annual Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence. There will be two poster sessions, during which students from all over the University will share their research contributions. The schedule is as follows:

Poster Session I: 12 - 1:30 p.m. (Pegasus Ballroom)

Poster Session II: 2:30 - 4 p.m. (Pegasus Ballroom)

Awards Ceremony:

6
Apr
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Career Services and Experiential Learning: 115

Join Career Services for an interactive workshop to learn about turning your traditional resume into a C.V. (curriculum vitae). We will cover what the differences between these formats are, what types of things to include and exclude, and formatting basics.

Facilitated by Brian Creel