NOTE: If you have not previously signed into Hubb, please check your email Spam folder for an initial invitation. If you cannot find an invitation, please contact us ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Reference: How to prepare and upload your digital presentation:
URS 13 Student Presentation Instructions
For Reference: URS 12 Online Program:
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Like last year, Friday will be an asynchronous Preview Day and Saturday will be a synchronous symposium. This means that you are encouraged to both record your oral presentations and/or create your poster presentation and upload it ahead of time, so people can view and comment on it on Friday. Then, on Saturday, both oral presentations and posters will have synchronous presentatations.
You are allowed to upload multiple files as multiple box links to Hubb if you feel they are necessary to your project. Please ensure that they are the correct file types: .PDF (for visuals), .mp4 (for videos), .mp3 (for audio)
No. Please refrain from using third party links outside of your LMU Box account to upload files into box. See our upload instructions PDF at the top of this page or reach out to as at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are having trouble uploading your presentation.
If you are uploading a video or audio file, we suggest a timeframe of 5-7 minutes. This is not a hard cap and your presentation can be longer if necessary.
Thank you for uploading your presentation! From Friday-Saturday, we encourage students to log into Hubb and view/interact with other students' presentations. You can access them by clicking on the "All Sessions Tab" on the left menu bar. From there you can filter/search for sessions of interest. Once you click on a session, there are evaluation tools for feedback. Giftcards to the LMU Bookstore may be available as prize incentives for students who leave the most feedback on other presentations. Please see the "Evaluations" tab on the left menu bar in the Hubb Portal for more information.
The annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) is a chance for undergraduate students to present what they have learned through their research experiences to a larger audience. The Undergraduate Research Symposium provides an excellent opportunity for all members of the LMU community to actively engage with students who have been immersed in thought-provoking questions and challenging global issues. The Symposium includes an arts showcase, poster sessions, and presentation sessions by students from all academic disciplines.
All LMU undergraduates involved in research are encouraged to apply and those not yet involved in research will discover that attending the URS is a great way to learn about the broad range of opportunities available at LMU. On average, over 300 undergraduates participate in the Symposium.
The Symposium includes projects from all disciplines and encourages interdisciplinary discourse, allowing students to learn from each other about a broad range of exciting research topics. To help participants prepare, the Office of Research and Creative Arts conducts Symposium abstract writing, poster design, and public speaking workshops.
Participant abstracts are published in the Symposium Program, and students can include their presentations on resumes and graduate school applications.