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2019 Undergraduate STEM Research Conference Announcement!

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Hunter’s Undergraduate STEM Research Conference will be held on  Friday May 3rd 2019 from 11AM-5PM. The conference will provide a forum for Hunter undergraduates to present their research or scholarship via poster sessions. The conference will include panels on pursuing research opportunities as an undergraduate and preparing for graduate school.  In addition, renowned scientist and Hunter alumnus Professor Erich Jarvis, PhD (BA '88) will be giving a keynote address.  Lunch will be provided.


  • A Hunter undergraduate student must be an author on the abstract and poster. (Abstracts may have multiple authors.)
  • Participation is encouraged from students in STEM-related disciplines from across campus.
  • Prior to submission, you must obtain approval from the Hunter faculty research supervisor, or find a Hunter faculty sponsor if the work was conducted outside of Hunter.  Faculty will be required to confirm their support subsequent to your submission.
  • Abstracts should be 250 words or fewer.  You are encouraged to work with your faculty supervisor to develop your abstract and poster. 
  • Poster preparation guidelines and printing instructions will be emailed to students with accepted abstracts.

RSVP / Register HERE!

Interested in tips or help preparing your abstract and/or poster?

  • Professor Derrick Brazill has provided advice for creating powerful and relatable research posters and oral presentations. Click here to see Dr. Brazill's Presentation Tips slides!
  • The Skirball Science Learning Center will be holding an abstract writing help session (March 6th) and a poster prep help session (April 3rd), both from 1-3PM (Dean’s Hours) in the 7th Floor of the Library (Hunter East).

Any questions? Read the FAQs at the link above.  Or  send email.

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