Student Research

Do universities really care whether you do research in community college?
Does research in community college really advance you in your field?


Think about this:
UC Irvine worked with the Honors Transfer Council of California to provide a statewide community college honors conference annually since 2001, and has committed to doing so indefinitely.
Up north, UC Berkeley and Stanford share hosting the Bay Area Student Research Symposium.

Research matters.

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).

Conferences in Our Usual Schedule:

These are the main annual conferences that are open to all disciplines. 
 

IVC / SC
Student Research
Symposium


think explore share ivd / sc student research symposium

Southern California
Conferences for
Undergraduate Research

Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research

 

Saddleback College
Undergraduate
Research Conference


htcc honors transfer council

UCI Community
College Honors
Research Conference

UCI Community College Honors Research Conference


Bay Honors
Symposium


Honors Research Symposium

Typical conference
schedule

What Happens at an Academic Conference