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39th Annual
Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference


In support of the CDC’s guidelines for limiting the possible transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19, the MAUPRC conference will be an online-only event.  Please review the following instructions for registering for the conference and for sharing your research as either a recorded talk or a digital poster.

Registration: Students who will be submitting their research must register by April 1 for the conference and provide the names of the author(s), title, and abstract of their research. NO PAYMENT IS NECESSARY. Paid registration fees will be refunded.

  • Recorded Talks. We invite students to record a 10-minute presentation of their research talk and upload their video to YouTube. (Video Guidelines. Microsoft PowerPoint help page)

  • Digital Posters: Please prepare your poster in a PowerPoint or PDF file that can be shared on the MAUPRC web site.


After you have registered for the conference, send an email to by April 18th with your name and a link to your recorded talk or with the poster file attached. 


Presentations will be shared on the MAUPRC website by April 24th.


Students may add their presentation or poster to their resume as they would for having attended in person. (See example #2 at the APA style web site)

What past attendees have said about MAUPRC  

"This was my first time attending the MAUPRC and I can only rave about how positive my first experience was. I enjoyed the warmth of each presentation room and appreciated the collective professional environment that was established by both students and sponsors."

"This was an excellent conference. Well organized, great student presentations. It is a wonderful venue for presenting student research. It is an excellent experience and training opportunity for students. I'd highly recommend participation in MAUPRC."

Inspiring Talks

View research presented at last year's MAURPC


A regional undergraduate student conference for psychology students who present their research as talks and posters in a supportive, professional environment.

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