Any graduate or undergraduate Lindenwood University student can submit an application to participate in the Student Research Conference (SRC). Students will submit a web form application including a 100-150-word abstract describing their project. Individual and group submissions are welcome.
- For scholarly projects, the abstract should define the scope of your research, your research methods, and the main claims resulting from this work.
- For creative projects, the abstract should describe the nature of your project and define the main accomplishments achieved as a result of its completion.
Student Submissions accepted from November 5, 2019 - March 6, 2020.
Thank you to all faculty and staff who volunteered to judge the 2020 Student Research Conference (SRC). Your support of the SRC and Lindenwood students makes the event a unique, exciting, and valuable learning experience for all, and we could not do it without you. We look forward to working with all of you at the 2021 Student Research Conference!
Abstracts are expected to employ correct spelling and grammar usage. Abstracts with serious spelling or grammatical errors may not be considered. See following information for advice on writing an effective abstract:
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Please note: Photographs will be taken during the Conference. Registration and attendance constitute an agreement by the applicant to the SRC's and Lindenwood's use of these photographs. If individuals prefer not to have their picture taken and/or used, they should notify event staff at registration.