Fall Undergraduate Research Fair (FURF)

Danica does summer research at IUSM-SB

The 2020 Fall Undergraduate Research Fair (FURF) will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, October 8 via Zoom. Zoom links will be emailed to CoS Undergraduates prior to the event date. For more information, please see the dedicated FURF page

Tentative Schedule of Events (subject to change):

  • 6:30pm-7:15pm   Zoom Talk: Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Chemistry (UROC)
  • 7:00pm-8pm Concurrent zoom information sessions by various organizations offering UR opportunities and student research presentations with live Q&A
  • 7:45pm-8:30pm Zoom Talk: Undergraduate Research Internship Information Night (URIIN) via zoom.


Check out last year's research: FURF Information Booklet 2019 (PDF ~1MB)

For additional questions, please refer to the FURF information page.

College of Science Joint Annual Meeting (COS JAM)

The 2021 COS-JAM event  will be held online from 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, May 12

All undergraduate students in the College of Science were invited to participate in COS-JAM by sharing their original research with faculty and students, in either an oral or poster format through the online system. Research may have been conducted on or off campus, and mentored by faculty from the University of Notre Dame and/or at other universities and colleges.

Students should discuss the content of their abstracts with their research mentors prior to submission. Approval by research mentors will be needed before an abstract is accepted for presentation at COS-JAM.

To participate, please fill in the submission form and upload your presentation video or poster by Monday, April 19, 2021.

Chemistry research

To learn more about the 2019 projects, see the 2019 abstract booklet. (1MB PDF).

Please direct any questions to Xuemin (Sheryl) Lu, College of Science Undergraduate Research Director.

Dinners for Increased Scholarly Communication (DISC)

DISC student organizers

Science upperclassmen organize periodic small, informal dinners at faculty homes for first-year students interested in science. The mission of DISC is to increase communication and engagement in the sciences.

DISC tries to have at least one dinner for each College of Science department per semester and traditionally hosts these dinners on Sunday evenings. While these dinners are targeted towards freshmen College of Science intents, the program is also a great opportunity for upperclassmen to interact with professors and develop leadership skills. In particular, after having attended a dinner oneself, an upperclassman can join the leadership team and begin to organize future dinners.

For more information about DISC, please contact Mark Brahier.