Student Research Expo
Submission for the Student Research and Creative Works Expo are now closed.
A SHOWCASE FOR UALR STUDENTS !
PARTICIPATE IN THE
UALR STUDENT RESEARCH AND CREATIVE WORKS EXPO 2013
Monday April 15, 2013
Donaghey Student Center Ledbetter Meeting Rooms A, B, and C
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, senior theses, honors projects, independent study projects, and course-related projects, among others. Activities may be recently completed or on-going and may be collaborative or individual.
Separate events will be held on the same day (Monday, April 15, 2013) for undergraduate and graduate student presentations. The undergraduate expo will take place in the morning and the graduate expo in the afternoon. Awards will be given for the best posters in a variety of categories by level (UG or Grad) and discipline.
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. For instructions to make a poster presentation click here
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.
Registration is now closed.
For more information,
- Graduate Students - Contact Chair Dr. Andrew Drummond, Political Science (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Undergraduate students - Contact Vice Chair Dr. Fran Sparti, Nursing (email@example.com)
The Student Research and Creative Works Council holds the annual Expo in order to:
- 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 setting
All students will receive a participation certificate.
Awards will be given in each category.
Top Undergraduate projects in appropriate categories will be nominated for presentation in Washington, D.C., at the annual “Posters on the Hill” event organized by the Council on Undergraduate Research. For more information, please visit http://www.cur.org/about.html.