The Stony Brook University community is invited to engage with the faculty-mentored research projects and the undergraduate artwork displayed at URECA’s first virtual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity.
The annual URECA celebration showcases undergraduate research and is open to all SBU undergraduates conducting faculty-mentored research and creative projects. As the only university-wide research symposium, this event provides a way for faculty and students to see what’s going on in their own and other departments.
“We value your support and participation, and know you’ll enjoy seeing what these students have accomplished,” said Karen Kernan, Director, Programs for Research and Creative Activity.
Please click on the links below to view:
Art Exhibition presented in partnership with the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery and Director Karen Levitov, and the Department of Art, with Art Exhibition Coordinator Jason Paradis and MFA Assistant Heather Weston.
Poster Symposium URECA’s annual showcase is open to students in all departments participating in faculty-mentored undergraduate research. Posters are arranged alphabetically by the department of the faculty mentor. Viewers are invited to leave comments; participants are invited to respond through the end of the semester.
Departmental Conferences (schedules vary)
CME, English, History, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Psychology/Psi Chi
Honors College Symposium showcases presentations detailing each of the senior thesis projects conducted by SBU’s Honors College Class of 2020.