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9th Annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) at Baruch
Start Date: 9/29/2022Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Date: 9/29/2022End Time: 1:45 PM
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Date and time:  Thurs. Sept. 29, 2022   8:00 am -1:45 pm

Location:  Online through the ICUR App:

Watch Baruch undergraduates in diverse fields present original research with peers around the globe on one-hour online panels across a two-day schedule.  Schedule of Baruch students' panels here.  Register and participate in Q&A through the ICUR App.  All are welcome!  Funded at Baruch by the Office of the Provost.  Questions?  Contact

 All are welcome to hear and learn from undergraduate researchers at Baruch and around the world at the ninth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) at Baruch, which will be held on Wed. Sept. 28- Thurs. Sept. 29, 2022. Organized by the Monash-Warwick Alliance and funded at Baruch by the Office of the Provost, it will showcase research from nearly 600 undergraduate students from around the world including 15 students from across Baruch departments.  See the schedule of panels featuring Baruch’s presenters here

Day 2 of panels featuring Baruch students: Thursday, Sept. 29

 8:30 am - 9:30am: Thursday, Sept. 29 Session 23B—Urbanisation and our (Social) Environment (with Baruch, the University of Warwick, and University of Ljubljana in Slovenia)

Jenny Ho, Amaris Navarette, Nikala D’Aguiar, Samia Alam, Lin Hong (Baruch College—Psychology Majors): “Urban Heat Islands in NYC: Exploring the Role of Social Network in Building Resiliency ”

 9:45am-10:45am: Thursday, Sept. 29 Session 24C—Identity and Culture (University of Warwick and Baruch)

Shreshth Jain-Hutchison (Baruch College—Philosophy Major): “Parallel Braids: An Examination of Gay Identities”

 May Elisheva (Baruch College—Public Affairs Major): “When Ritual Confronts a Changing City: A Study of Mikvah Throughout New York City History”

 11:30am-12:30pm: Thursday, Sept. 29 Session 25C—Modern Perspectives: The World of STEM (with Baruch, the University of Warwick, and the University of Leeds)

Benjamin Herrera (Baruch College—Organic Chemistry/Biology Major): “Errors in DNA Structure: How Often do DNA Tautomerizations Occur?”

 12:45-1:45 pm: Thursday, Sept. 29 Session 26B—Global Challenges and Governance (with Baruch and the University of Warwick)

William Rose (Baruch College—Political Science Major): “The Gun Control Paradox in the States: Evidence from National Polls”

 ICUR 2022 virtually links Baruch College student presenters on interdisciplinary panels with peers from the University of Warwick, UK; the University of Leeds, UK; Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; and University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Other students will participate from universities in Australia, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, and France.  

ICUR provides the opportunity for undergraduate researchers across all disciplines to present their work to a global audience, via the Microsoft Teams video-conferencing technology, hosted by our ICUR App. Attendees can drop in to sessions throughout the September 28-29, from the comfort of their own homes and offices. 

ICUR 2022 is free to join and open to the public from anywhere in the world. Thanks to its 48-hour format, participants and audience will be able to watch, participate, interact and ask questions via the ICUR App, no matter which time zone they live in. 

Please download and register with the ICUR App now to take part in ICUR 2022, support emerging researchers and discover what’s going on in the world of undergraduate research. 

You can also connect with ICUR online via our social media channels @ICURstudents on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, and share about your experience using the hashtag #ICUR2022. 

See videos about ICUR here and here.  We look forward to welcoming you at ICUR 2022! 

Questions?  Ask ICUR Baruch Coordinator and Provost Innovation Fellow for Cross-College and Undergraduate Research, Katherine Pence:


Contact Information:
Name: Katherine Pence
Phone: 646-312-4332
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