The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) provides multiple opportunities for students to present their research and creative inquiry projects. Presenting and sharing your project at symposium and conferences and in journals, provides students with networking opportunities and discussion from other students and professionals in their field. The Office encourages students to present their work in multiple venues including both those on and off campus.

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The following lists opportunities where NC State undergraduate students may present and share their research:

The OUR supports and attends the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS) every November in lieu of holding a symposium on NC State’s campus. If you are looking to present in the fall please go to the SNCRUCS page on this website or the official site at

NC State University Annual Symposium

Spring Symposium The NC State SPRING Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium will be held annually in April at the Talley Student Center Please see the Register for NC State Symposium page for upcoming dates There

FAQ: NC State Symposium Presentations

After you’ve submitted your abstract, these questions may help you in preparing for your presentation. Location for the Symposium The symposium will be held in the ballroom at Talley Student Center, 3rd Floor. Do I

ACC AC Meeting of the Minds

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Meeting of the Minds conference is held each spring (usually April) and is hosted by one of the 15 ACC member schools.  It is funded in-part by revenue from athletic


SNCURCS – State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium is held each November at a host institutions within the UNC and NC Independent Colleges and Universities systems. This statewide symposium started at NC

External Presentation Opportunities

There are many undergraduate research symposia and discipline specific conferences/meetings that include undergraduate student research presentations.  The following is just a few of the opportunities for students to share their research research or creative works!