Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference
March 29, 30, & 31, 2016
What is MURC?
MURC is a conference for UBC undergraduate students to showcase their research in front of their fellow UBC students, family, and friends. Researchers may choose one of two formats to showcase their research: presentation or poster.
The 2015 MURC was a success with over 500 participants on campus to celebrate research at UBC.
Registration to present at MURC 2016 will open January 4, 2016. Check our resources and learn how to submit a presentation proposal in the Presenter information below.
Who presents at MURC?
MURC presenters are any UBC undergraduate student who is participating in, or has completed, their own Faculty-supervised research project. All Faculties and Schools are welcome.
Find out how you can be a part of MURC - there's something for everyone.
If you're an undergraduate student with a passion and you want to share that with the rest of UBC through research, presenting at MURC is the perfect place to start. Attend a workshop on writing research proposals, or click here to learn more about presenting at MURC.
Learn more and sign-up now to be an adjudicator.
Volunteers applications will open in February 2016.
MURC volunteers are an integral component in ensuring the success of MURC. You will have the opportunity to network with other student leaders and researchers on campus while learning about the research currently conducted by your own peers. MURC adjudicator are also volunteers. Learn more about becoming an adjudicator.
Are you interested in seeing what other undergraduate students are up to in research? Attend MURC as a delegate and support your fellow students while exploring the exciting undergraduate research happening across UBC.
Browse our past conferences archive to see what's been tried and true.
Visit our resources page where you'll find everything you need to know from writing your proposal to preparing your presentation.
Stay connected with MURC and visit our Facebook page.
Still need help? Contact one of our MURC event coordinators if you have any further questions.
- Georgia AnsteyCoordinator, Learning InitiativesCentre for Student Involvement and Careers, UBC