PRESENT VIRTUALLY AT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH WEEK 2021

Undergraduate Research Week celebrates student research and creative projects across all disciplines. Open to all UCLA undergraduates in all majors, the week provides opportunities for students to present their work to the UCLA campus community, alumni, and visitors.

Undergraduate Research Week 2021 is scheduled for May 24-28, 2021.

We are combining Research Poster Day, the Oral Presentations, and the Multimedia Salon in-person events into one all-day virtual Undergraduate Research Showcase on May 25, 2021!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH WEEK AWARDS CEREMONY

Join us for the virtual Undergraduate Research Week Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 28, as we celebrate the accomplishments of UCLA’s undergraduate student researchers and announce Dean’s Prize, Faculty Mentor Award, and Library Prize for Undergraduate Research winners.

LIBRARY PRIZE FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

The Library Prize for Undergraduate Research recognizes and honors excellence in undergraduate research at UCLA. If you are a current UCLA undergraduate student and can answer “yes” to the questions below, your paper or project may be just what the selection committee is looking for.

  • Did you or your team use UCLA Library collections for a research paper or project you completed for a course in the last twelve months?
  • Did your use of library collections and services help to increase the scope, depth, and significance of what you learned?
  • Did your skills as a researcher grow because of your use of library collections?
  • Did your use of library collections inform and strengthen other types of research you performed?
  • Did you or your team use UCLA Library collections for a research paper or project you completed for a course in the last twelve months?
  • Did your use of library collections and services help to increase the scope, depth, and significance of what you learned?
  • Did your skills as a researcher grow because of your use of library collections?
  • Did your use of library collections inform and strengthen other types of research you performed?

Visit the UCLA Library’s website for more information.