Attend NCUR

The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is an annual event where students present their research. NCUR is held at different locations every year.  The 2018 NCUR will take place at University of Central Oklahoma on April 4-7, 2018.

NCUR 2018 Dates and Deadlines

Abstract due to University Research Council - Preliminary review of abstract. Submit through the form here.
Nov. 4, 2017

Notification of Decision on Abstracts
Nov. 27, 2017

Abstract submission via online to NCUR
Nov. 27 - Dec. 5, 2017

Notification for acceptance of abstract
Jan. 23, 2018 through middle of February, 2018.

Registration to NCUR
Jan. 23 - Feb. 22, 2018

For more information: Contact Dr. Parthasarathi Nag by calling (605) 642-6507 or by emailing

Learn more about the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research

Students must submit this application to receive funding from BHSU to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).

If approved, students can then submit an abstract to NCUR and have their travel expenses and registration paid by BHSU.

Students abstracts of BHSU students who attended the NCUR 2017 at University of Memphis.

Amber Borkovec - One Pot Silicon Coated Quantum Dot Synthesis and Cytotoxicity

Bailee Kulish - The effects of a creative arts outreach program on behaviors of psychiatric adolescent inpatients

Robert Russell - Teaching a Work of Literature through its Historical Development: A Unit Plan Format for Romeo and Juliet

Cheyloh Bluemel - Examining the Use of Copper Catalysis in Photoredox Reactions

Elizabeth Williams - Alleviating the Wage Penalty, the Effect of Regular Exercise on Wages of Overweight Women

Erin Broberg - Moths to Misogyny: The Influence of Feminism on the Male's Heroic Journey in The Great Gatsby

Eleanor Froschmayer - Crazy Horse in American Memory

Hannah Owens - Evaluating Copper Photoredox Catalysis through Coupling of Aldehydes and Alkyl Bromides

Jesse Larson - Comparison of Bacterial Communities of McNenny State fish Hatchery Source Water and Mature Salmon Egg Biofilms

Jessie Clark - Survey of Ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) at Two Elevations in the Northern Black Hills in South Dakota

Katelyn Woten - Impact of Updates to 4 Areas of FASB Codification

Katelyn Woten, Cheyenne Quinn, Lynlee Jensen, Alan Li - Impact Investing: A Culturally Alert Approach with Zambian Honeybees

Kayla Spiel - Analysis of Radon Tests on a Sample Storage System for Ultra-Low Background Counting Stations at the Sanford Underground Research Facility

Kaylee Lamb - Lack of Enlightenment:Gothic Heroines Characterization in a Patriarchal Society

Shaley Lensegrav - Dick Diver’s Demise: Mimetic Desire and the American Dream in Tender is the Night

Will Lopez - Portraits of Unknown