Undergraduate Research events

Pete McCormick lecture on maps.
Pete McCormick lecture on maps.

Connect with staff, faculty, and peers at events throughout the semester including our Speaker Series, Grad Plus Fair, and symposium.

Speaker Series

Join us for engaging talks, snacks, seltzers, and great conversations! All students, faculty, and staff are welcome. All Speaker Series events take place at 4 p.m. in the Theatre.

  • September 7 — Kick-Off with Al Wolfe, Diversity Collaborative, “The Power of Storytelling”
  • September 28 — Pete McCormick, Environment & Sustainability, “They Called me the Map”
  • October 26 — Paul DeBell, Political Science, Political Polarization & Democracy
  • November 9 — Joslynn Lee, Chemistry, River Toxicity from Mines
  • January 25 — Majel Boxer, Native American & Indigenous Studies, FLC as a Former Boarding School
  • TBD—Lorien Chambers Schuldt, Teacher Education, Culture & Linguistics
  • March 8 — Chris Waugh, FLC Alum, Design & Innovation at Sutter Health
  • April 5 — Michael Rendon, Sociology & Political Science, Sociopolitical relationships between humans and the natural world
  • April 27—TED-like Talks by Selected Undergraduate Research Students at the Symposium Gala

Other UGR events

Grad Plus Fair

Friday, November 4
1 - 4 p.m.
Student Union

Up to 30 grad schools, employers, and other organizations will table and give presentations.

Grad Plus Fair details

Fall Poster Symposium

December 8
5 - 7 p.m.
Student Union Ballroom

Information for presenters

Spring Symposium & Gala

Date TBD

Celebrate research and creative activities at FLC.

Spring symposium details