The Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) is an annual student symposium intended to recognize accomplishments in research and creative expression. As a forum for cross-disciplinary sharing and discussion of original work, SOURCE provides opportunities for faculty-student engagement outside the structured classroom setting and for students to share their work--creative and academic--with peers, faculty, university administration, and guests.

The all-day event includes several oral presentation sessions with various time formats and a poster session that includes lunch. To be considered for the event, students must have a sponsoring faculty member, write and submit an abstract (250 words), and choose the most appropriate format (oral presentation or poster session).

This unique event provides students with an academic conference opportunity as well as the potential to publish their work in an academic journal, J-SOURCE.