Research and Creativity in the Rock

UA Little Rock is proud to be a doctoral research university where our students have the opportunity to research everything from carbon-based nanomaterials to food insecurity.

Join us Thursday, April 18, for Research and Creativity in the Rock, when both undergraduates and graduates will showcase their work in one location.

Lilly BessetteResearch and Creativity in the Rock is made up of five events: Student Research and Creative Works Expo, EIT Open House, CALS Open House, CEHP  Open House and CSSC Research Showcase.

This event is an opportunity for students to showcase their research and creative efforts. Students can submit their project to one of 13 categories: computer science/information science, creative work, economics, education, engineering, health science, humanities, interdisciplinary, life science, physical science, service work/professional application, social science, and social work.

Applicable submissions include, but are not limited to, theses and dissertations, honors and capstone projects, independent study projects, and course-related work.

Students can participate with either a poster, oral presentation, exhibit or performance, and can present alone or in a group.

Registration Now Open for the Student Research and Creative Works Expo

All currently registered graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to present.

Priority submission deadline: March 8
Submit your proposal by this date in order to be included in the program and to have your poster printed for free.

Final submission deadline: March 29

Submit Your Proposal

Research and Creativity in the Rock
Noon – 3 p.m. Thursday, April 18
Jack Stephens Center

View example student posters and the poster template and rubric. For more information about the event, email Tiffany McFadden-Kidd.

Trolley route for April 18

Event trolley map