We are getting ready for the 2021 Student Research Conference on April 15th 

...Are you?!

The Student Research Conference (SRC) at UVM is an annual event occuring each spring. The SRC showcases the breadth of research conducted by UVM undergraduate and graduate students across a variety of academic disciplines. All UVM students are encouraged to participate either by registering and submitting a research presentation, viewing and interacting with presentations online, or broadening their network by connecting with participants across disciplines.  

Presenters and viewers will engage with the virtual SRC using VoiceThread. To learn more about VoiceThread, check out "Details about using VoiceThread" at the bottom of this page. 

Registration opens February 15, 2021 and closes March 15th, 2021 at 12:00 p.m.

Click here to access the registration site. 

Virtual Workshops

This year we will provide pre-recorded workshops to help you prepare and submit your presentation to the SRC. A new workshop will be released each Thursday throughout the registration period (February 15th-March 15th), so check back frequently to view the latest content. You can access the workshop content by clicking on the workshop title on or after the release date. 

February 18th: Creating Effective Presentations

February 25th: How to Write an Abstract

           Click here to make an appointment with a peer writing tutor for support writing your abstract!

March 4th: Communicating Your Research 

March 11th: Engaging and Networking Virtually

2020 Virtual SRC Oral and Poster Presentations

Looking for inspiration for your presentation? Check out last year's Virtual SRC oral and poster presentations by clicking the link below! 

2020 SRC 

Details about using VoiceThread

VoiceThread is an interactive online platform where students can present and engage with research in a virtual format. You may interact with SRC presenters and viewers through written comments, audio recordings, or video. 

How can I interact? 

1) Click on an SRC Topic from the list on the right of the SRC webpage. 

2) Each topic typically contains 10-20 presentations. Browse the presentations at your convience and if you wish to leave a comment or ask a question, click the comment button at the bottom of the presentation screen. 

Arts and Humanities

Biological Science (Plants, Animals, Genetics, Evolution, Ecology)

Biological Science (Microbiology, Cell & Molecular, Biochemistry)

Engineering and Mathematical Science

Food and Environment Studies

Health Sciences (Laboratory)

Health Sciences (Clinical)

Physical Sciences

Social Sciences


Contact us for information on sponsorship levels and how to help support the work of student researchers.