Normally considered the domain of postgraduate students, more and more undergraduate students are participating in research during their studies. The Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference is hosted annually to showcase and celebrate undergraduate research projects. Inquiry@Queen’s is more than a conference; it is an approach to learning where the teacher and the learner reside in the same person. It is a natural extension of a university that prides itself on the quality of undergraduate education and its scholarship and research.

Calder Patterson – Showcases a new model that would allow calculations of the processes that happen during the formation of an extraterrestrial ‘sinkhole’.

Calder Patterson – Showcases a new model that would allow calculations of the processes that happen during the formation of an extraterrestrial ‘sinkhole’.

Inquiry@Queen’s 2021

The 15th annual Inquiry@Queen’s conference took place online to promote and showcase undergraduate research and creative work. Three Carleton undergraduate students were selected to present their research, to review their research click here.