The Ohio State University is committed to the participation of undergraduate
students in research. The Richard
J. and Martha D. Denman Undergraduate Research Forum provides a means for
undergraduate students to share their research with faculty, staff, fellow
students and members of The Ohio State University community. Students present
their research through poster presentations and are judged by three faculty and
corporate judges. Awards are given in 11 categories and students of all
disciplines are encouraged to present.
A number of Pre-Denman Workshops will be presented to help students prepare
to present at the Denman. Find workshop dates and times by visiting the Honors &
Applications for the 2013 Denman Forum will be available online at denman.osu.edu, as of February 2013.
The Denman Undergraduate Research Forum was created in 1996 and is a cooperative
effort of The Ohio State University's Honors & Scholars Center, Office of
Undergraduate Research, Office of Research, and Office of University
Development. The forum is supported by Emeritus University Foundation Board
member and Ohio State alumni Richard and Martha Denman of Rancho Santa Fe,
California, and various corporate and individual donors. The forum provides many
advantages, benefits, and opportunities that can be considered "values added" to
the overall undergraduate student experience at Ohio State.
For more information, please visit
or call Vicki Pitstick at 292-1794.