Workshops and Deadlines

Spring 2023 Research Programs Deadlines

Florida Undergraduate Research Conference
(EVENT: Feb. 17 – 18)
Abstract submissions due Dec. 17
OUR Funding Applications due January 23

Student Scholar Symposium
(EVENT: Mar. 27 – Mar. 28)
Abstract submissions due Jan. 30

The Pegasus Review: UCF Undergraduate Research Journal
Priority deadline: Jan. 30
Rolling submissions after deadline

Summer Research Academy
(EVENT: Jul. 20 – 22)
Applications due June 1

Introduction to Research Course (for Spring)
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Spring 2023 Workshops

The office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) hosts a wide variety of workshops to help you navigate the undergraduate research process, from how to get started to how to publish your research! 

The calendar below will list the events and deadlines for the Spring 2023 semester. Please find our flyer linked here: Spring 2023 Important Dates. The flyer and calendar events are subject to change, please check the calendar to view the most updated information.

If you need captioning access or another accommodation in order to participate in one of our virtual events, please contact our@ucf.edu. At least 48 hours’ notice best assures that we can coordinate necessary access.

In this workshop, we will be showcasing the research opportunities and possibilities available to transfer students at UCF and through the Office of Undergraduate Research, Academic Advancement Programs, and the Office of Honors research. This workshop is a UCF Connect…
Undergraduate researchers are often tasked with conducting literature reviews. This session provides an overview of what constitutes a literature review by breaking down the different components and best practices.
Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research, including how to get started by finding…

Research Roadmap

The online Research Roadmaps Webcourse is a non-credit, self-paced course that introduces students to research opportunities at UCF. It will give you all of the same information as a Peer Mentoring Session or a getting started workshop, but at your own pace. You can also obtain the Password for the Research Positions Database through Research Roadmaps