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Research Conference Help (URC & GRC)
Tips and resources to help you create an effective research poster and prepare to give an oral presentation at the URC or GRC
If you have questions about the timing or the requirements of any URC or GRC event, please reach out to the specific Event Coordinator.
Research Conferences (URC and GRC)
This guide highlights resources for students, both undergraduate and graduate, to prepare for the April Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) and Graduate Research Conference (GRC) and can be used throughout the year for any stage of preparation.
Creating posters and presentations
Finding and presenting data
Expert subject librarians to help with all the stages of your research process
The Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) is a celebration of academic excellence at the University of New Hampshire. In 2022, the URC celebrates its 23rd year during a series of events, running April 19 to 30. Close to 2,000 UNH undergraduate students, from all academic disciplines, present annually at the URC. The presentations showcase the results of students' research, scholarly, and creative projects in over 20 professional and artistic venues at both campuses (Durham and Manchester), making the UNH URC one of the largest and most diverse conferences of its kind in the country.
The GRC is an annual showcase in which over 200 UNH graduate students from all academic disciplines present their work and research over the course of two days. Whether you're a participant or an attendee, the environment is electric and you'll almost certainly learn something new.
Each year, the URC features more than 2,000 student presentations at over 20 events, in venues spanning the Durham and Manchester campuses. A listing of URC events and venues can be found in the URC Calendar of Events, along with more detailed individual Event Descriptions provided by several of the university colleges and departments.