Undergraduate Research Conference
Historically, at the end of every April, the Department of Psychology holds its Annual Spring Undergraduate Psychology Conference, where students have an opportunity to present their work. In 2012, MSU Denver hosted the first ever, MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Conference on April 20th, 2012.
Students with projects from PSY3320 (Advanced Psychological Research Methods), students who have worked on independent projects and students who wish to present theoretical works based on papers from their psychology courses are encouraged to come and present at the MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Conference, April 21, 2017.
For more information follow the links below:
If you are an undergraduate student who would like to present your work at the conference, start planning now! There are a few things you’ll need to do. First, ask a MSU Denver faculty member to guide you through the process. Your faculty mentor will help you prepare and practice your presentation, as well as provide encouragement and support.
List of Faculty Mentors
Abstract submission and primary presenter registration deadline TBD. About a week before the conference, you will find out the time and location of your presentation. Attendee registration deadline is TBD.
Submission forms and more information regarding the conference program are available on The 6th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference website.
Remember: All research involving human subjects must follow MSU Denver’s IRB policies: http://www.msudenver.edu/irb/.
If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Research Program at UndergraduateResearch@msudenver.edu.