2023 German Studies Undergraduate Research Showcase (March 11-12)

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The German Studies programs at the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria, and the University of Washington Seattle are teaming up to host the second annual German Studies Undergraduate Research Showcase.

Each student will have a chance to present their project during a 5–7-minute presentation, which will be followed by a 5-minute discussion.

We hope to provide a dynamic venue that will stimulate conversation and give students a relaxed platform to get constructive feedback on their work. In addition to presentations, we will also host talks on timely topics by faculty from our three universities.

We aim to be as inclusive as possible, and are thus open to feature student projects relating to any aspect of German Studies. You might have a project you completed for a class that you are particularly excited about. This project could be in the form of a term paper, presentation or creative project (e.g., graphic novel, short video essay, narrative film, etc.). Or you might have an idea you would like to develop into a presentation. Whatever your interest, topic, format or discipline, we would love to hear about it!


Any undergraduate student at UBC, UVic, or UW working in any discipline on any aspect of German studies.

How to Be Part of the Showcase

To be considered for inclusion for the #GSURS2023 program, please fill out this form.

For More Information about GSURS



Questions? Send any inquiries about the event to Dr. Jason Groves (jagroves@uw.edu)