The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) promotes undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity through an annual conference for students. NCUR is unique because it welcomes students from all institutions of higher learning and from all disciplines.
Join us April 13-15, 2023!
NCUR will be hosted by UW-Eau Claire in the picturesque city of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The theme, Research at the Confluence, represents a "bringing together" of artistic fields and other disciplines. This theme not only represents the goal of the conference, but Eau Claire itself. Eau Claire was founded at the confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa rivers, and this site is now home to the Pablo Center at the Confluence, the performing arts complex that will play a major role in NCUR programming.
We are honored to be hosting such an important and exciting event. If you'd like to learn more about the history of NCUR and its mission, you can visit their site here.
Are you a student, faculty, staff or community member interested in getting involved with NCUR 2023? Please take just a few minutes to complete our survey and you will be contacted regarding your interest!
NCUR 2023 is a great opportunity for the campus community to come together to showcase all the amazing accomplishments and innovations of our students, staff and faculty, as well as all the special qualities of the UW-Eau Claire campus and its surrounding area. It also provides an impetus for us to strengthen the great foundation we currently have on research, scholarly and creative work, built through the hard work and dedication of our staff and faculty mentors.
NCUR is one of the only national conferences that extends across every academic discipline. Students will connect with their peers and truly notice how their research is related to all other fields. NCUR is an opportunity for faculty to rediscover their academic well-roundedness, beyond the scope of their specialty.