- 2nd Annual Student Research Day
Student Research Day provides a unique opportunity for undergrads to share their research or creative projects within the York College Community
- 3rd Annual Student Research Day
The Web of Change, Current Global Revolutions.
- 5th Annual Undergraduate Research Day - Abstracts Submission Deadline
The Office of Undergraduate Research at York College is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for our 5th Annual Research Day. The conference will take place from 9 to 5pm in the Academic Core building at York College on April 24th, 2014.
- 6th Annual Undergraduate Research Day
Research Day is a celebration of undergraduate research and creative scholarship in all disciplines at York College.
Undergraduate Research Day
- 10 Words or Less Scholarship
10 Words or Less Scholarship - $500 - 1 Award
- 10th Annual Undergraduate Student Researchers Competition (USRC)
Student researchers are provided a platform to share their research findings, enhance their presentations skills, and/or receive guidance from seasoned researchers, mature scholars, and their peers.
- 10th Annual USRC
Student researchers are provided a platform to share their research findings, enhance their presentations skills, and/or receive guidance from seasoned researchers, mature scholars, and their peers. In addition to monetary awards for competitive presentations, Minority Access will distribute summaries of exemplary research presentations to research departments of pharmaceutical and/or high tech firms.
- 2014 CUR Conference, Registration Opens
CUR Conference 2014
- 2014 Summer Research Trainee Program (SRTP) at Massachusetts General Hospital
The Multicultural Affairs Office at Massachusetts General Hospital is now accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Research Trainee Program.
- 2015 CUNY Nobel Science Challenge
CUNY undergraduate students are invited to describe, in 1000 - 1500 words, the scientific concepts behind the work for which one of the 2015 Nobel winners received their respective prize and the present and future significance of the research to humanity.