Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements Forum
The Office of Undergraduate Research offers undergraduates the opportunity to present their student research and scholarly achievements to the Mizzou community multiple times each year.
At the Spring Forum, undergraduates from ANY MAJOR AND ALL ACADEMIC LEVELS are eligible to present their work. Students presenting at the forum are eligible to compete for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements and win up to $500. All student participants, as well as the Hesburgh Award winners, the Chancellor’s Award winners, and the Outstanding Undergraduate Mentor Award winners will be honored at the Recognition Ceremony.
The Summer Forum, is a smaller and more relaxed event for students living and conducting research on or around campus during the summer semester. Students from any major and academic level are able to submit abstracts and present their research, but there are no judges or awards are given for the summer forum.