The annual Undergraduate Research and Creativity Colloquium offers students the opportunity to present their outstanding projects to the campus community. Sponsored by the Honors Program, the Colloquium is organized into concurrent panels that take place over three sessions. Each panel includes multiple student presenters.

Each year, students present their senior theses, academic essays, science experiments, business plans, art works, teaching internships, musical talents, engineering projects, and much more. This celebration of academic excellence is attended by classmates, family members, faculty, and administration.

The Colloquium will take place on April 12, 2023. Applications are now open and are due on March 6, 2023. There are separate applications for students who are planning to present individually or in pairs/groups. Students must receive approval from the faculty member who is supervising their work. Please be sure to review your application with the faculty member before submitting it.

If you submit a single-person application (as most students do), you will be placed on a panel with other students who are presenting on similar topics. Please contact Dr. Oakes if you have questions.