The Student Research Symposium is Utah State University’s largest showcase of student research. SRS both celebrates student research and improves each student’s ability to communicate their research.
Each April during Research Week, SRS provides space and resources for more than 300 graduate and undergraduate presenters to share their research with peers, faculty evaluators and the campus community through experience, evaluation and training. Students present their work in short videos, posters, visual arts exhibitions, and performances and get feedback from evaluators on their work. The most highly rated presenters in each broad disciplinary category will be recognized in various digital formats after the symposium.
- March 3: Final deadline for student schedule changes
- April 7: Final deadline for online Symposium submissions
- April 11 - 12: Event Dates
USU's 2023 Student Research Symposium is a blended event, with in-person presentation options as well as online components. All USU undergraduate and graduate students, including Statewide and online, were invited to share poster or oral presentations, performances, or art exhibitions throughout our two-day event. You can view the online portion of SRS 2023 through the Symposium website
Faculty and instructors are welcome and encouraged to integrate SRS into spring courses. There are resources available for a variety of involvement levels, from extra credit to attend portions of the event to a course-specific required oral or poster session. Event organizers are happy to assist you in scheduling your course into this event upon request.
2023 Award Recipients
The 2023 event was hosted April 11-12 in one-hour sessions.
SRS Undergraduate Oral Awards
SRS Undergraduate Poster Awards
Rachel Campbell — Arts and Humanities (tie)
Clarissa Songer — Arts and Humanities (tie)
Jaron Bono — Engineering
Andrew Williams and Justin Harris — Life Sciences
Bella Lonardo — Physical Sciences
Lindsey Bushman — Social Sciences and Education