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Presenting & Publishing

Presenting & Publishing
​​​​Outside of the lab, undergraduate students must be able to communicate their findings with the scientific community through conference presentations and professional publications. The College of Science and Health offers its undergraduate students several opportunities to gain this invaluable experience.​

Undergraduate Research Showcase

The annual Undergraduate Research Showcase​​​ allows undergraduate students in the College of Science and Health to present research they have conducted over the last year to the DePaul community and the public.

Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS)

The Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS)​ is an annual student-coordinated research symposium that is a partnership between several area universities – primarily DePaul, Northwestern, Loyola, ITT, Roosevelt, and the University of Chicago. The symposium is for undergraduates in the sciences, social sciences and humanities, but any undergraduate may present research they have done at DePaul or through an external program. 

DePaul Discoveries

DePaul Discoveries​​​​ was created in 2012 to highlight the research achievements of DePaul undergraduate students in the College of Science and Health. DePaul Discoveries not only provides a forum for sharing original research in a peer-reviewed, professional-level, open-access journal, but also serves as a vehicle to guide undergraduate students through the review and publication process so essential to their professional disciplines.
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