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The University of Tampa applauds the research accomplishments of UT students through several events each spring semester. These events are open to all students, faculty and members of the community and will enable participants to:

  • Learn about research at UT
  • Present research findings to peers and professors
  • Meet others doing exciting studies in a variety of disciplines

All of these Celebration events will be in-person again for 2023. Please see below for the different dates for all of the colleges.


Fall Undergraduate Research Forum
Students watching presentation

2-5 p.m. Dec. 7, 2022: This event provides an opportunity for students, who are graduating in December, to present their research. Location: Grand Salon and Fletcher Lounge, Plant Hall

2022 Fall Undergraduate Research Forum
CNHS Research Symposium
Student in lab

3-5 p.m. April 28, 2023: Undergraduate students within CNHS present their current or recently completed research projects. Location: Crescent Room; 9th floor of Vaughn Center

Undergraduate Research Symposium
COB Student Research Day
Students working together

2:30-6:30 p.m. April 18, 2022. Students within the Sykes College of Business present their current or recently completed research projects. Vaughn Center, Crescent Room.

COB Research Day
CAL-A-PALOOZA 2023
CAL-a-palooza

April 17- 21, 2023 CAL-A-PALOOZA: The annual research and creative work showcase for the College of Arts and Letters features special performances, screenings, events, and research posters on display throughout the Ferman Center for the Arts. Times vary. Location: Ferman Center for the Arts.

CAL-A-PALOOZA
CSSME Research Symposium
CSSME Students

4-6 p.m. April 26, 2023: Undergraduate students within CSSME present their current or recently completed research projects. Location: Fletcher Lounge, Plant Hall.

Undergraduate Research Conference
Student Research Stories
Students scuba diving

UT students from all fields immerse themselves in research. Read about their adventures.

Student and Faculty Research News