Photo of three researchers in the Duval lab
Researchers work in Christine Duval's lab.

Undergraduate Research Week

In 2010, the U.S. House of Representatives declared a week in April as “Undergraduate Research Week” to showcase and celebrate undergraduate student research and creative projects across all disciplines.

This year, Case Western Reserve University will celebrate Undergraduate Research Week Monday, April 18, through Friday, April 22. Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE) and several student organizations have organized a series of events to honor and recognize the outstanding research done by undergraduate students. The weeklong celebration will feature an event each day to educate the community about undergraduate research, connect researchers with alumni and acknowledge the innovative work of undergraduates.

Undergraduate Research Week will culminate Friday, April 22, with SOURCE’s signature Intersections ymposium event, where undergraduates present their research and creative projects to the CWRU community.

Visit the SOURCE website to learn more and register for events.