Welcome Students & Scholars to the Official Website for OUPRC
The 2021 OUPRC will take place virtually
on Friday, April 9, 2021
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Lorain County Community College
Cleveland State University, co-hosts
Deadline for submissions:
Friday, April 2, 2021
Guest speaker: Paul Thibodeau, Ph.D., Oberlin College
All undergraduate psychology students at Ohio
colleges and universities may participate.
(no registration fees)
Links to virtual sessions will be emailed to all
registered participants in April, 2021.
For mobile, iPad, and small-screen users, the navigation menu can be found by clicking on at the top of the photos.
The Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference Consortium is a system of institutions that vigorously encourage and support social science research by undergraduate students. Initiated by John Carroll University in 1987 by Dr. Janet Larsen, OUPRC provides students who are interested in graduate level study, or who are interested in careers in research settings, with the opportunity to present their work to a supportive and constructively critical group of faculty and students.
The conference, a “safe haven” for scholars-in-training to share their research, allows all students who submit to present and is traditionally held in mid-April, just before the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) conference and provides excellent practice for students continuing on to MPA. OUPRC Host sites are selected on a rotating basis from member institutions.