You've conducted the research and analysis, you've drafted and revised a research, scholarly or creative paper. Why stop there?
When we share our work, we create an opportunity for others to offer new perspectives on our ideas and for them to be inspired to ask new questions, after learning about ours. For students, there are a number of local, regional and national conferences geared towards promoting undergraduate and graduate student work. Professional conferences offer undergraduate students the opportunity to explore what it means to be a professional or scholar in your field; they are also good venues for early and advanced graduate students to share their work.
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Conducting research opens many opportunities in which you can display and present your work. One of the ways you can do so is through publishing your research in an academic journal. Going through the process of finding a journal and publishing your work adds to your research experience and prepares you for advancement in your field of interest. There is a wealth of publications that focus on publishing student research. Explore the list below to find publications that best match your work and interests.
*If you are a faculty, staff, or student who knows of any other publication opportunity that is not listed here, please fill out our submission form for announcing student conferences and publications located on our About page.
One of the best ways to gain exposure to the varied topics people explore in your field, is to attend a professional conference. Every discipline has a number of professional associations and almost all will hold an annual or biannual conference. Below, you can find advice on finding and attending conferences as well as a list of some of the conferences that will occur during the upcoming year.
Research presentations vary by format (oral presentation, poster presentation, or performance/exhibition) and by discipline. Here you will find advice for preparing presentations; however you should also speak to your faculty mentor or someone else in the field where you will be presenting.
All students participating in OSR fellowships are required to participate in the annual Roosevelt Student Research Symposium (RSRS). This research day is a professional opportunity for students to present their research findings and creative works to the larger Roosevelt community.