Research and Creative Activity Day

This event has been canceled.


After much discussion over the past week, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity (URSA) has decided to cancel UAF Research and Creative Activity Day which was scheduled for Tuesday, April 07. This was not an easy decision given all of the hard work that our undergraduate students and their mentors have put into their projects over this past academic year. While this annual showcase of research and creative endeavors that our undergraduate students and their mentors have been involved in has always been one of the highlights of each academic year, circumstances associated with COVID-19 and the health of our students, staff, faculty, administration, and guests preempt such a gathering. We know that this is likely a disappointing decision for many of you, and we appreciate your understanding. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

UAF celebrates undergraduate research and creative activities every spring. All UAF undergraduate students are invited to present their work on Research and Creative Activity Day.  Research posters, presentations, displays and demonstrations of creative projects are welcome from every academic discipline.



Free poster printing is available for undergraduate students.

If your poster has been printed for another event and does not have the URSA logo, that's fine - you may use that poster.

Students should send a pdf of their poster sized up to 36" x 48" to  Files must be less than 50 MB. Please do not use gradient backgrounds as they will not print correctly.

Posters are printed on matte poster paper. Please contact the URSA office for details.

URSA Logos
Please include on your poster

URSA logo with invisible background

URSA logo with white background

UAF Logos
Click here for the UAF logo page with a variety of styles and sizes


Poster Templates

There are numerous poster templates available online for free. Here are two of the many examples available:

Facebook Live interviews at the 2018 Research and Creative Activity Day