& Undergraduate Research Week
April 17-21, 2023
The University of Missouri is home to a thriving research community that nurtures and supports thousands of students, who are learning to become a new generation of thinkers, problem solvers and innovators. Show Me Research Week is a celebration of their accomplishments and a showcase for all community stakeholders to see their investments come to fruition. This week was born from a collaboration between the Bond Life Sciences Center and the Office of Undergraduate Research. Prior to the pandemic, both organizations held long-standing research weeks to celebrate their respective annual accomplishments. In reimagining a new event for a new era, it was decided they wanted a campus wide showcase for the entire research community.
Undergraduate Research Week at Mizzou (URW@Mizzou) is important, and is at the heart of Show Me Research Week. Working in conjunction with Bond Life Sciences Center allows us to better recognize the scholarship and research being conducted by undergraduate students at the University of Missouri, as well as the faculty who take great care and time to mentor them.
With a variety of events and programming, we invite everyone at MU to join us in celebrating the students and the faculty who make Mizzou a Tier 1 Research Institution.
The Spring Research and Creative Achievements Forum will be the main event, which include the research and scholarship of graduate students, post-doctoral fellows as well as undergraduate students. It will be hosted in-person in Memorial Union over the course of three days, April 18 – 20. We are also proud to again host the Humanities Symposium as part of URW@Mizzou, the theme for 2023 will be Surveillance and the Self.
To learn more about the Humanities Symposium or registering for the Forum, click the links on the menu to the right.
For the full schedule of events, speakers, programming, workshops and more visit the Show Me Research Week website.
- Ragtag Cinema – Screening of the 2023 VADS videos
- Columbia Art League – Reception for the 2023 VADS Exhibition
- Jury Panel Discussion – Zoom
The 2023 Forum will be three days of exhibition and presentations, April 18-20th in Memorial Union. There will be ten (10) 90 minute sessions over the course of the three days. Oral presentations will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Presentation judging will also occur on Tuesday and Wednesday of the Forum.
Humanities Symposium – 2023 theme: “Surveillance and the Self”
- 11-12:30pm, Memorial Union S110 (Eyler Room) Selected undergraduate student presentations whose work reflects the 2023 theme.
- 10am-11:30am, Jesse Wrench Auditorium Memorial Union, Humanities Symposium Keynote Speaker: Sara Blaylock
- 12-1pm – Jesse Wrench Auditorium Memorial Union, Humanities Symposium Student Panel Presentations with moderator Sara Blaylock.