Sharing your work can help you expand your network of contacts who share your research interests. For undergraduate researchers who intend to complete a graduate degree, presenting can be an invaluable experience. We recommend discussing your interest in sharing your research with your faculty research mentor and academic advisor. They can help match your interests with the appropriate venue.

The annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF) is Michigan State's premier showcase for undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity. Through involvement in the Forum, students have the opportunity to present their work in the form of a poster or oral presentation, or to showcase their creations. All currently enrolled Michigan State undergraduate students who are engaged in original work are eligible to participate. Presentation at URAAF does not preclude students from presenting at other scholarly conferences.