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Please fill out the required fields below. If you are submitting multiple student presenter names (whether a group presentation or a panel), keep in mind that the submission confirmation will only be sent to the email address of the student who filled out this form, not to all presenters. If your submission is accepted, you should make plans to attend your assigned session at the Research Conference on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. All students will be informed of their submission status by email on Monday, March 26, 2018.

Submissions Due Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 11:59 p.m.

Student Information

Participants (please list all students who will be involved with presenting the project)

Presentation Information

Presentation Format:
Presentation Equipment Requested:
Please indicate your home campus.

Time Conflicts

If you are submitting a Poster Presentation, you must be able to attend the Poster Session from 3:00-6:00 p.m., with set-up beginning at 2:30.

Please indicate below if you have any time conflicts for Wednesday, April 18. If you do not anticipate any conflicts, mark “I have no conflicts.”

Project Information

Was this project a class assignment?

If you answered yes to the above question, please indicate the course and professor:

Project Abstract:

Please include a 250-word abstract below. For scholarly projects, this should define the scope of your research, your methods, and main claims resulting from this work. For creative projects, this should describe the nature of your project and define the main accomplishments achieved as a result of its completion. For all projects, this abstract should be written to a general, non-expert, academic audience—your audience members at this event will consist of faculty and students from across the university, so please write your abstract in a way that someone not in your field would be able to understand.

Additional Project(s) Information

Was this project a class assignment?

If you answered yes to the above question, please indicate the course and professor:

Project Abstract:

Please include a 250-word abstract below. For scholarly projects, this should define the scope of your research, your methods, and main claims resulting from this work. For creative projects, this should describe the nature of your project and define the main accomplishments achieved as a result of its completion. For all projects, this abstract should be written to a general, non-expert, academic audience—your audience members at this event will consist of faculty and students from across the University, so please write your abstract in a way that someone not in your field would be able to understand.

Was this project a class assignment?

If you answered yes to the above question, please indicate the course and professor:

Project Abstract:

Please include a 250-word abstract below. For scholarly projects, this should define the scope of your research, your methods, and main claims resulting from this work. For creative projects, this should describe the nature of your project and define the main accomplishments achieved as a result of its completion. For all projects, this abstract should be written to a general, non-expert, academic audience—your audience members at this event will consist of faculty and students from across the University, so please write your abstract in a way that someone not in your field would be able to understand.

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