Penn State faculty and students share and present their research findings and creative endeavors with audiences at Penn State Scranton and beyond. Students and faculty have the opportunity to publish, perform, exhibit, or present their work locally, nationally, or even internationally.
Presenting your research provides you with an important opportunity to share your findings and results with others to gain valuable feedback and develop presentation experience.
Options to Present Your Research
All Penn State Scranton students conducting research or scholarly work with faculty are encouraged to present their work at the annual Undergraduate Research Fair and Exhibition held in the spring semester.
Typically, six to eight student research projects presented at the Undergraduate Research Fair and and Exhibition are selected by a steering committee to represent Penn State Scranton at this regional event.
Required SARI Training
Scholarship and Research Integrity is a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) education program.
Undergraduate students performing research sponsored by the NSF, NIFA, or an NIH training grant, as well as those performing research that may be included in or lead to a publication or other research report must complete the online CITI course requirement.