Undergraduate Research Week

On November 16, 2010, the U.S. House of Representatives declared a week in April as "Undergraduate Research Week." The Council for Undergraduate Research (CUR) designates one week in April each year as Undergraduate Research Week.  

To celebrate, Case Western Reserve University organizes events to honor and recognize the phenomenal undergraduate research done by undergraduate students. Details about Undergraduate Research Week 2023 will be available next spring.

Check out how we celebrated Undergraduate Research Week 2022:

Undergraduate Research Society Social Event

This social event will be a kickoff for the Undergraduate Research Week.  All CWRU students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.  Join the undergraduate research society to socialize with other researchers, eat desserts, and write thank you cards to our mentors.


Discussions Science Communication Panel

Come hear from CWRU Alumni who participated in the undergraduate research journal known as Discussions. 


Undergraduate Researchers: "Where are they now?"

CWRU Alumni from various backgrounds will be sharing how undergraduate research prepared them for graduate school, medical school, the professional world and more. Join us!


Beyond the Lab: Journal Clubs

The CWRU Journal Club will give an introduction to the nature and prevalence of journal clubs, which will be followed by a sample journal club meeting discussing a published paper on the relationship between hair growth and stress.


Intersections

Intersections: SOURCE Symposium is where CWRU undergraduates present their research and creative projects. Intersections is an opportunity for the University community and others to see the broad and diverse work that is being done across campus by our outstanding undergraduates.