14th Annual Conference
Saturday, May 17th, 2014

UPDATE: Download the 2014 SUPC Program Now!

Welcome to the official website for the Stanford Undergraduate Psychology Conference (SUPC), the premier international conference for undergraduate psychology students.

This year's conference will be held at Stanford on Saturday, May 17th, 2014, beginning at 8:00am. The abstract deadline of Monday, February 24th, has passed. A separate abstract deadline of Friday, January 31st, was set for international students who require early notification. Space is limited and pre-registration for the conference is required.

Sponsored in part by the Department of Psychology and the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University, SUPC serves as a showcase for high-quality undergraduate research. It also provides an opportunity for participating students to exchange ideas and to make valuable contacts.

The SUPC 2014 keynote speaker will be renowned Stanford Professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo. Dr. Zimbardo is the voice and face of modern psychology. He has published more than 350 professional articles and received numerous awards for his contributions to the science and teaching of psychology. He is best known for his famous study, the Stanford Prison Experiment, his best-selling introductory textbook Psychology and Life, and his widely-seen educational TV series, Discovering Psychology. All conference presenters and spectators are invited to this special keynote address.

Undergraduate presenters and spectators of all kinds, from all universities, are welcome to register and to attend the conference, but space is limited. For more information, go to the Information page.