Call for abstracts
The call for abstracts for the 7th annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research has now closed at Warwick. The deadline for submission of abstracts has passed.
The conference is multidisciplinary and all undergraduate students who have research to share are encouraged to apply. Each year students are invited to submit abstracts of 250 words for either a fifteen minute spoken presentation or a poster presentation. We welcome submissions from all disciplines and perspectives.
Training session for ICUR 2019
For information on Warwick-based training sessions to prepare for ICUR including on learning about undergraduate research opportunities at Warwick, workshops on how to write an abstract, presentation skills sessions (often linked with another ICUR participating institution) and intercultural communication, please visit our training opportunities page which is updated regularly.
Volunteer at ICUR 2019
We're recruiting NOW, there are multiple volunteering opportunites available. Simply take a look at the roles on offer, make sure you're available for the training session on Monday 23rd September 2019 and for at least one of the days of ICUR 2019, which takes place in the Oculus on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th September. All volunteers can make use of the confernece refreshments, attend sessions during their quiet times and after the event will receive a £10 Easting @ Warwick voucher as a thank you.
This is a great opporunity to get practical volunteer experience for your CV and be part of a truly international academic confernece. Volunteer registration form
- Delegate registration and information assistant - These roles are the face of ICUR. You would be at the registration desk to welcome participants arriving over the course of the conference, making sure they receive their information packs, schedules, name badges and bags, and above all know where their sessions are.
- Room steward - This role ensures the smooth running of the conference at each session, making sure the speakers and session chair are ready and acting as the time keeper for the presenters.
- Session chair - A key role, this role introduces the session, the topics and presenters, then faciliate the Q&A at the end encourgaing discussion and interaction between the delegates and presenters.