Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Investigations (URSCI)


2017 URSCI Expo 

The 2017 URSCI Expo will take place on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, in conjunction with the Global Learning Symposium sponsored by the Academic Enrichment Center. 

This day-long event, held annually the first week of April, has become a highlight of Dominican’s academic year. Over the past two years, approximately 10 percent of the undergraduate population has participated by sharing their work by giving solo presentations, participating in panel discussions, designing posters, and more!

The URSCI Office works to connect undergraduate students with opportunities to pursure research across all disciplines.

It offers a variety of initiatives to help students fund, earn credit for and present their research projects.

URSCI hosts an annual expo at which students present their research to the entire Dominican community.

 

2016 Expo Program and Presentation Abstracts:

2016 Program Overview

2016 Program and Abstracts

 

Expo Info:

Read more on the Expo, resources, and past events.                                  

If you have any questions about the URSCI Expo, please contact:

Professor and URSCI Director - David M. Perry

 

What is the URSCI Expo?

The URSCI Expo is a daylong showcase of Dominican University undergraduate students’ distinctive and independent research, scholarship and creative investigations.  These presentations have been gathered from students who have received Undergraduate Research Support Awards, gained funding as Summer Scholars, completed Degree with Distinction Projects in the Honors Program, or have received faculty support and notice for other strong academic work. The 2016-17 Expo will be held on April 5, 2017, in Parmer Hall.  Read more on the Expo, resources, and past events.

If you have any questions about the URSCI Expo, please contact:

Professor and URSCI Director - David M. Perry

 

What is the Global Learning Symposium?

GLS is a public opportunity for students to share experiences that have shaped their global understanding.  We welcome applications from students who have achieved those insights as international students, through studying abroad, or by working across cultural divides at home through community-based service or immigration experiences.

For questions regarding the Global Learning Symposium, please contact:

AEC Executive Director - Paul Simpson