Celebrating SUNY's World-Class Research

With more than $1.2 Billion in total annual research expenditure, research at SUNY is making an impact in New York State and across the globe. Throughout the month of April, the SUNY system is celebrating the many aspects of excellent research taking place at all of our colleges and univerisities.

- April 4 -

SUNY Oswego

Quest: A daylong showcase of scholarly and creative activity. Hundreds of students, faculty and staff members share their research and creative endeavors in presentations, poster sessions, performances and more.

- April 11 -

College at Brockport

Scholars Day: Classes are cancelled so that hundreds of students and faculty can present their research at various sessions throughout the day.

- April 11 -

Upstate Medical University

Charles R. Ross Memorial Student Research Day: The annual event highlights student research from all four colleges at Upstate: Graduate Studies, Health Professions, Medicine and Nursing. This Upstate tradition has developed into a well-respected event that includes a keynote presentation, four student talks, and an early evening poster session and reception.

- April 16 -

SUNY Canton

Scholarly Activities Celebration: Highlights and demonstrations of the wonderful research and scholarship conducted at SUNY Canton, shown through posters, multimedia, three-dimensional displays, student films, and/or musical and literary performances.

- April 17 -

SUNY Geneseo

Annual Student Research Event: GREAT DAY (Geneseo Recognizing Excellence, Achievement, and Talent day): GREAT Day is a campus-wide, day-long event (there are no classes scheduled on GREAT Day). Additional information can be found on the GREAT Day website.

- April 17 -

Old Westbury

The 10th Annual Student Research Day - “Movement & Motion”: This year, the keynote speaker, Dr. Sylvester James Gates Jr. Gates is a noted theoretical physicist working on superstring theory, supersymmetry and supergravity. Students showcase their research results and creativity through oral, poster, media and art presentations or exhibits. More than 100 students participate in Student Research Day each year.

- April 18 -

Binghamton University

Annual Research Days Celebrations: April 18-20, 2018 2nd-Annual Art of Science competition. A campus-wide student poster session on the Friday each year. Lots of departmental talks/lectures. Breakfast or lunch where students can meet grad students and faculty in their field of study to ask about careers.

- April 20 -

University at Albany

CAS Public Engagement Colloquium Community Think Tank & Community Action: Community leaders, faculty members and partners come together to address our Ezra Prentice community health and safety concerns, including air quality and traffic issues. Open to the public.

- April 20-21 -


SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) logo
The SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference is a multidisciplinary spring semester event that all undergraduate students engaged in research and their mentors across SUNY and CUNY are invited to attend.
Day 1 - SUNY Oneonta
Day 2 - Monroe Community College

- April 25 -

Stony Brook University

Undergraduate Research Symposium: A showcase of undergraduate research, this event provides a way for faculty and students to see what's going on in their own and other departments.

- April 26 -

University at Buffalo

The 14th Annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence: The UB community gathers to recognize and celebrate the outstanding academic contributions of students, faculty, and research mentors. The event features presentations from students participating in research and creative works followed by a formal recognition ceremony with President Tripathi honoring select individuals for their contributions to research and academic excellence.
curca.buffalo.edu/ students/coae.php

- April 27 -

University at Albany

Annual Undergraduate Research Conference: An event to highlight the research and creative work of undergraduates at UAlbany. from 3-7pm in the Lecture Center Concourse (and classrooms), on the uptown campus.