Student research is an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate or graduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to their discipline. Student research is an educational practice that has the ability to engage student interest and enthusiasm for an area of study and to help them launch promising careers. [adapted from Characteristics of Excellence in Undergraduate Research (COEUR)]
This page, which is under construction, will contain information about Gonzaga student research. Please check back for updates.
The free 2014 (12th annual) Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference (SIRC), held on the Gonzaga University campus on Saturday, April 26th, featured over 200 student presentations of original research for peer review. Learn more about the 2014 event here.
Whitworth University will be hosting the Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference (SIRC) 2016 event. Information about that event is available at www.whitworth.edu/sirc/.
The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) will be held at EWU in Cheney and Spokane April 16-18, 2015, according to Sean Swan (reported in GU Morning Mail Faculty and Staff Edition for August 25, 2014) and the conference website. Prof. Swan added that an informaiton meeting for both students and interested faculty is to be held on Saturday 6 September at 2 PM in COL 101. The call for papers for this conference will go out on September 8th and the deadline for submitting abstracts will be December 2, 2014. Information about that event is at http://access.ewu.edu/graduate-education/ncur.
Last update: 25 August 2014