To participate, submit an abstract of no more than 250-words via the online submission form by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 22, 2013. In your submission you will be asked to include the following information:
- Presentation Title
- Name of presenting student and co-authors
- Name of faculty advisor
- Indicate type of presentation (Poster/exhibit or oral/recital)
- Indicate if the presenting student is a undergraduate or graduate student
- Abstract of the scholarly endeavor to be presented (a maximum 250 words)
General abstract guidelines
- To submit an abstract student(s) must be sponsored by Faculy mentor/Instructor.
- Only online submissions will be accepted.
- Late abstracts will not be accepted.
- All faculty sponsors must be referenced in your submission.
Only one student can be listed as corresponding student/author (First Author).
- Additional students can be listed as co-authors.
- A student can be listed as a corresponding author on only one abstract.
- However, there is no limit to the number of abstracts on which a student can be a co-author.
- The abstract must be written by the student presenter, but can be reviewed/edited by his or her faculty sponsor. Mentors/Instructors should not write the abstract, but are expected to guide the student in abstract development.
Submitted abstracts are limited to 250 words, and must contain:
- Hypothesis or statement about the project or problem.
- Statement about methods or procedures.
- Essential results, outcomes, or product.
- Conclusion or summary.
- Upon receiving the abstract, you will be sent an e-mail confirmation.
- Approximately one week prior to the symposium, you will receive an e-mail notifying you of your presentation time.