A Celebration of Undergraduate Research
Meeting of the Minds - Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Undergraduate Research Symposium, or the "Meeting of the Minds," is a university-wide celebration of undergraduate research. All Carnegie Mellon undergrads engaged in research and creative projects are encouraged to apply!
What is it?
The "Meeting of the Minds" is a great opportunity to share your research with the entire campus community. All research projects are welcome - you don't have to be working on a SURG project to present. You can give an oral presentation on your project, design a poster, display your art, or give a live performance. Those with a more competitive streak can also register for one of the Special Competitions and compete for cash prizes!
When is it?
The 2019 Meeting of the Minds will be held Wednesday, May 8, 2019 (reading day during finals).
How can I participate?
As a group or as an individual, with a poster, a series of paintings, or an opera -- the choice is yours. All you have to do is register, provide an abstract, and prepare your presentation. We'll assign you a presentation time (between 10 AM and 5 PM) and room in the University Center.
How do I register?
Please Register here by April 10, 2018. Once you authenticate through the Web ISO system, you will be taken to your student profile (if you have registered with the URO in the past) or to a student registration screen where you should enter your personal information. Then, click on "add project" to add your symposium presentation. The Project Type will be "Symposium Only."
Please note: All faculty advisors and students on group projects must be added by the student initiating the project registration. You MUST use their ANDREW ID to enter those individuals. ID exchanges will not enable you to apply (i.e. cmu.edu; cmu.cs.edu; cmu.sei.cmu; cmu.ece.edu, etc.) Use of the online application requires WebISO authentication for each applicant.