Registration is open for graduate and undergraduate presentations at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Virtual Student Research Days, set for April 12-16. All students are invited to participate.
The annual fair showcases research and creative accomplishments by graduate and undergraduate students at the university. In lieu of a traditional poster session and creative exhibition, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to develop a 5-8 minute video presentation to share through the dedicated Nebraska Research Days MediaHub channel. Register by Mar. 12 and upload your video by April 5.
The video presentations will allow participants to share their results with a worldwide audience. Guidelines for creating and uploading the research video are on the Nebraska Research Days website. Each day will feature separate disciplines:
- April 12 — Arts and Humanities
- April 13 — Education, Business, Social Sciences
- April 14 — Life Sciences
- April 15 — Physical Sciences
- April 16 — Engineering
Zoom sessions for students to discuss their research with judges will be held in the morning for undergraduates and afternoon for graduates on their field’s assigned day. Judges will have already viewed the video before the Q&A session, and this meeting time will be for judges to ask questions about the research, similar to a judge visiting a poster during a regular poster session. A specific Zoom live Q&A time and link will be sent to the student registrant and judges after registration closes. There will be awards for top presentations.
Faculty, postdoc and graduate students are sought to serve as judges for the Student Research Days. Learn more about the judging process and volunteer to judge.