Ivy League Undergraduate Research Symposium

What is ILURS?

The Ivy League Undergraduate Research Symposium is a platform for scholarly, interdisciplinary discourse amongst students across the Ivy League. The conference is held annually in the fall (usually in early November). Submissions  are accepted in four academic divisions: Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Art & Humanities, Social & Economic Sciences, and Engineering & Applied Sciences. ILURS is seeking outstanding undergraduate research presentations from seminars, senior theses programs, independent studies, and research programs/fellowships.

ILURS 2018

2018 Symposium:

The Symposium will feature notable keynote speakers and offer workshops connecting students and alumni from across the Ivy League. Following the Symposium, the group plans to launch two key initiatives: the Ivy League Undergraduate Research Journal and the Ivy League Undergraduate Research Fund. The journal will be separated into the same academic disciplines as the Symposium, pioneering a medium for interdisciplinary, cooperative discussion. In addition, during the Spring, ILURS will begin applications for research grants, designated specifically for undergraduate students.