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Research and Sponsored Programs

Student Research Expo

SHOWCASE YOUR RESEARCH IN THE

UALR Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research Expo 2014

Monday April 21, 2014

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Donaghey Student Center

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The UALR Student Research and Creative Works Expo will offer an opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students at UALR to showcase their research, scholarly, and creative endeavors in all disciplines. Applicable activities include, but are not limited to: thesis and dissertation projects, graduation theses, senior theses, honors projects, independent study projects, capstone projects and course-related projects, among others. Activities may be recently completed or on-going and may be collaborative or individual.

All research by UALR researchers involving human participants, or animal subjects must be reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB), or the Institutional Biosaftey Committee (IBC) or Institutional Animal Care and Use (IACUC) committees respectively.

Format: Poster presentations (36 inch x 48 inch poster boards will be provided).  Alternative formats such as performance or film clips must be requested in advance. Instructions to make a poster presentation.

Deadline to submit application: Monday, March 31 at 5 p.m.

Submit your application online:

Graduate entry application.

Undergraduate entry application.

Award Categories:
Graduate

Education
Engineering/Technology
Humanities
Life & Physical Sciences
Professional Studies
Social Sciences
Health Sciences

Undergraduate
Arts
Engineering
Health Sciences
Humanities
Life Sciences
Professional Studies
Physical Sciences
Social Sciences
Technology

Some of the above categories may be combined if the number of entrants in a particular category is deemed by the SRCWC to be too low.

The UALR Student Research Expo will:
- Celebrate and showcase students’ involvement in scholarly research and creative productions campus-wide
- Provide a venue that supports UALR’s combined educational and research missions
- Allow students to exchange ideas in a professional settingAll students will receive a participation certificate.

Awards will be given in each category.

For more information contact: Dr. E Christopher Lloyd, Social Work (eclloyd@ualr.edu).

2013 Arts Rubric

2013 Research Rubric

Updated 3.7.2014