NIU is holding its 9th annual Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day on April 18th 2018. Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day is an annual showcase and celebration of the outstanding research and artistry projects that undergraduate students have participated in throughout the academic year. Projects include independent study, capstone projects, SEF, EURA, USOAR, SROP, Research Rookies or any other related research/artistry projects. If you are an undergraduate student who has participated in a faculty-mentored research or artistry project, you are eligible to showcase your work. Undergraduate students include currently enrolled NIU undergraduates and community college students planning to transfer to NIU. Students will present their work through academic posters, exhibits, table talks, or performances and have a chance to place in first, second or third in their respective award category.
The Community Engagement Showcase is also an event that is put together with URAD. Community Engagement Showcase (CES) is an annual celebration of the outstanding community-based engagement experiences including work completed during a service-learning course or program, internship, or through student organizations throughout the academic year. All undergraduate students are eligible to showcase their work.
This event is opened to the public and completely free of charge. We would like to encourage everyone who is interested in getting involved in hands on learning, or for those who just want to see what is going on in their community to come visit. Both of these events are on April 18th from 9:00AM-2:00PM in the Student Holmes Center.