ARTeries is Ryerson University's liberal arts undergraduate research conference. This prestigious event promotes and recognizes academic excellence, and presents students with an opportunity to further engage with Ryerson University's academic community.
The conference, which is prepared and planned by students, and organized and sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, features the work of undergraduate students who exhibit distinction in social sciences and humanities research. The rigorous evaluation process involves an anonymous review panel made up of four Ryerson faculty members, and two upper year students.
Selected students work together with mentors and professors at Workshop #1 who support presentation preparation, and upon completion of the conference, they are presented a certificate of merit. Participating enhances the students’ resumes, and additionally gives students a chance to present important research to their peers and faculty members.
who we are
The purpose of ARTeries is to give undergraduate students a platform to explore research of their choice and present their own ideas to their family, friends and Ryerson University network. Contributing to a richer campus culture, ARTeries invites and supports Ryerson students in their pursuit of both graduate studies, and the work force.
For all students wishing to submit a research paper or a work project to the 2018 ARTeries Undergraduate Research Conference (AURC), please see the Requirements page and check your email regularly for updates.