Join the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal for a discussion about Global Health and International Charity! The panel will be Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 6 PM – 7:15 PM at ECJ 1.214. … Continue readingVoluntourism: An Exploration Into the Ethics of Global Charity (Upcoming Event)
If you’re looking for a research project or lab to join, or are interested in finding a mentor, come out to the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal’s networking event. Bring yourself and your resume, because it’s time to swipe right on undergraduate research. … Continue readingTime to Swipe Right: An Undergraduate Research Exposition (Upcoming Event)
Join the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal for a discussion on the process of commercializing ideas, focusing on how the research done in academic centers can be introduced to the marketplace and turned into marketable consumer products. … Continue readingFrom the Bench to the Bank: How to Commercialize Your Research (Upcoming Panel)
If you’re a undergraduate scientist or engineer and would like to share with younger students your story about how you got involved in STEM, here’s a great opportunity for you! … Continue readingCalling all Local Scientists for a Public Engagement Opportunity!
The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal will now be accepting submissions for Volume 17 of the Journal. The deadline has been extended to January 15th, 2018. … Continue reading[DEADLINE EXTENDED]: Now Accepting Submissions
On October 5th, the URJ hosted a panel to explore what cutting-edge work is being done in the present and the political, legal, and technological obstacles to overcome that make climate change the enigmatic issue that it is. … Continue readingDecoding Climate Change: 2017 Science Panel (Recap)
Volume 16 of the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal is now available online. This publication owes its success to the dedication of our editors and directors, the generous support of our sponsors, and the undergraduates conducting world-class research here at UT Austin. … Continue readingNow Available: Vol. 16 of The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal