CCURI National Poster Session

CCURI National Poster Session
May 2, 2019
Washington, D.C.

This poster session is designed to provide community college students who are conducting undergraduate research the opportunity to share research, develop professional meeting skills and network with students from across the country. As part of this event, students will be given time to schedule meetings with congressional representatives* to share how funding for undergraduate research impact the student experience. 

*must schedule in advance 


At this time, poster session presentations are limited to students from CCURI Partner Colleges
Attendance of the Poster Session is open to all. 


The Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) is a national consortium of community colleges, four-year schools, government agencies, and private organizations dedicated to the development, implementation, and assessment of sustainable models for integrating an undergraduate research (UR) experience into community college STEM programs. Over the last 5 years the National Science Foundation has invested over $5.2 million dollars in CCURI though grant awards to Finger Lakes Community College. These awards have funded the growth of a national network of over 40 community colleges that have implemented the CCURI model of undergraduate research. Students from within the network have competed with top notch 4-year college and university students to win awards for high quality research and have contributed work to the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

To learn more about CCURI, visit