Student Research Conference (SRC) 2022 – Virtual
The Student Research Conference is open to all undergraduate and graduate research students. The purpose of the 21st Annual UHD Student Research Conference (SRC) is to showcase scholarly activities and special academic projects undertaken by UHD undergraduate and UHD postgraduate. Qualifying activities interlude senior capstone research projects, research projects completed as part of internships, independent or directed study at UHD, poster presenters who have extended their research, upper-level research-oriented lab courses, senior type or graduate level projects, or any other research on and/or off-campus. The conference is organized and sponsored by the UHD Scholars Academy with funding from The Brown Foundation, Inc., Nuclear Regulatory Commission Minority Serving Institutions Program grant, Department of Education MSEIP grant, and UHD.
The Student Research Conference 2022 continues in a virtual event format this year. The SRC takes place on
April 22, 2022, 9AM – 3PM. Download the SRC Guidelines. All UHD community members are invited to this virtual event taking place via the Zoom video conferencing platform. If you have any questions, please contact Mercedes Gonzales, SA Program Coordinator, at
SRC Keynote Speakers
Submission Deadlines for Participants
First Oral Submission Dates
March 23, 2022
Oral Presentation Auditions
Notification of Acceptance: April 4-5, 2022
Schedule Oral Consultation: April 6-7, 2022
Oral Dry Runs (mandatory): April 11-13, 2022
Poster Submission Dates
March 23, 2022
Poster Submission: April 7, 2022
Poster Printing Forms
SRC Poster Template | Individual Poster Template
SRC Individual Project Entry Form
SRC Team Project Entry Form
SRC Sample Abstracts
Media Release Form
Poster Video Workshop
Dr. Lisa Morano
Dr. Shahnjayla Connors
SRC Oral & Poster Zoom Workshop
We are pleased to present the proceedings of our past Annual UHD Student Research Conferences sponsored by several federal, state agencies, and the UHD Scholars Academy in the College of Sciences and Technology. Over 300 guests, faculty, and students attended the Spring 2019 conference, in which 140 undergraduate authors and co-authors from UHD presented a total of 8 oral presentations and 87 poster presentations.
Research presented resulted from projects conducted by our students at UHD and elsewhere in national competitive academic internships and corporate programs. We are proud of the effort that these high-achieving students put into their research presentations, and we trust that each presenter found their experience challenging and rewarding. The research conducted by many of these students has served as a springboard for participation in local, regional and national conferences.
SRC 2020 will include mentored research posters that will highlight student experiences that reflect our student's commitment to learning and servicing our community.
SRC Planning Committee