Welcome to the second annual Cornell Undergraduate Psychology (CUP) Conference! The conference is a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to experience a professional conference in the field, to share and present their work, and to meet other students and learn about the various kinds of exciting, cutting-edge work being conducted here at Cornell.
The conference will be held on Thursday, May 9th, 2019 in the Phyiscal Sciences Building Atrium and Room 120, from 9am - 3:30pm.
- The conference will consist of a series of oral presentations as well as an ongoing poster session.
- A light breakfast and a full lunch will be served.
- There is no fee for presenting or attending.
Program at a Glance:
|9:00 - 9:30||Breakfest|
|9:30 - 10:30||Talk Session 1: Social Psychology|
|10:30 - 10:40||Short Break|
|10:40 - 11:40||Talk Session 2: Developmental & Clinical Psychology|
|11:40 - 12:30pm||Lunch|
|12:30 - 2pm||Poster Session|
|2:00 - 3:15pm||Talk Session 3: Cognition & Behavior|
|3:15 - 3:30pm||Closing Remarks|
To be eligible to present, you must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at Cornell University.
We are looking for research in psychological science , conducted by students from across the Cornell campus (not just Psych majors or minors). Students who are majors or minors in the following departments are encouraged to apply and attend:
|Information Science||Cognitive Science|
|Neurobiology & Behavior|
- Wednesday, April 10, 2019: Abstract submission deadline (submit an abstract by midnight EST).
- Monday, April 15, 2019: Abstract notification (the program committee will email all presenters regarding decisions and provide instructions for poster and talk presentations).
- Wednesday, May 1, 2019: Registration deadline (all attendees must register for the conference by midnight EST. There is no fee.)
- Thursday, May 9, 2019: Conference date.
Submission and Timeline:
- You can apply to present either a poster or a short oral presentation (12 minutes plus 3 minutes for questions, for a total of 15 minutes).
- The research must have been conducted with faculty or graduate students at Cornell.
- You will be asked to indicate whether you would prefer a poster or talk format, and whether you would be willing to do either.
- Given space considerations, some people presenting a talk may be asked to present a poster instead.