ICUR provides undergraduate researchers with a unique opportunity to present and discuss their own research – in any discipline in real-time, without having to leave their home university. ICUR challenges undergraduate students to rethink their work in an international context. As a forum, it requires presenters to consider the perspective of students from different backgrounds, and to anticipate what may be shared across cultures and local contexts. This challenge translates to research questions as well, encouraging students to examine global and regional trends in their research field, and how these might conflict with local concerns and specificities.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
ICUR 2020 will be 29th and 30th September 2020.
Abstract submissions for ICUR 2020 have now closed.
Programmes for the two days and further details will be available closer to the date of the conference.
If you would like any further details please contact Rebecca Shaw email@example.com
Since its establishment in 2013, more than a thousand students from eleven institutions have presented at ICUR.