For the 2019-2020 academic year, Randolph College will be hosting the MARCUS Conference. Please visit their website for information on how to register, schedules and more.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS) is devoted exclusively to the scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students. Since the program’s inception in 1999, students from Virginia and the region have presented independent research and creative projects across all academic disciplines. Students may choose to participate in an oral session or a poster session.
MARCUS defines research broadly. The goal is to base projects on critical interpretation of primary material, demonstrate a responsiveness to other work within one’s field(s), and ultimately produce new work.
Faculty advisors ask that abstracts describe the research underlying the work and indicate its format. We make every effort to accommodate the needs of all presenters, and will contact students in the case of a difficulty. When the final project is a creative one, we ask that the presenter make evident the research component underlying the work.
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