Undergraduate Research Conferences

One of the most valuable experiences available to Honors students is participation in undergraduate research conferences. These really are "extraordinary" in the true sense of the word. The great majority of undergraduates -- even at four-year schools -- aren't able to participate in them. This is highly regrettable, not only because of the richness of the experience but also because of this:

Students who have attended one conference always want to attend another!
 

Although conferences are not part of the usual undergraduate experience, every Saddleback student who has ever attended one -- whether as a presenter, a moderator, or "just" an audience member -- has said it was rewarding and exciting (and fun).

To learn more about conferences in general, visit our Conferences 101 webpage for presenters, volunteers, and audience members:

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Our Annual Conference Calendar

Our regular calendar includes four conferences at which students may submit work in any discipline. 
(If the link is not live, the conference organizers have not yet made the current year's link active.)

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IVC/ Saddleback
Student Research Symposium
Irvine Valley College
November 15, 2014
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Southern California Conferences
for Undergraduate Research
Cal State Fullerton
November 22, 2014

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Honors Transfer Council of California
Student Research Conference
U. C. Irvine
March 28, 2015
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Bay Honors Consortium
Honors Research Symposium
Stanford University
DATE TBA:
Late April or Early May 2015


Financial Support for Presenters:
 

The Honors Student Council of the Associated Student Government, the Saddleback College Honors Program, and the Office of Instruction help support registration fees and other expenses of all Saddleback College students whose work is accepted at these conferences,  whether or not they participate in other aspects of the Honors Program, so long as they meet the criteria set for in the ASG By-Laws, which require that the student