Registration is open, and applications are being accepted for the expanded Student Research and Creative Works Showcase on Thursday, April 18.
The 2019 Student Research and Creative Works Expo will be part of a campus-wide research event, “Research and Creativity in the Rock,” that will include the College of Social Sciences and Communication Research Showcase as well open houses at the College of Engineering and Information Technology, College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences, and College of Education and Health Professions.
This year’s showcase will be in the Jack Stephens Center from noon to 3 p.m. All currently registered UA Little Rock graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to present their research or creative work as posters, exhibits, installations, performances, or oral presentations individually or as a group. Students may register their project for inclusion in the2019 showcase here.
Priority registration is March 8. Students who submit a finalized poster by this date will have their printing costs covered through the Office of the Vice Provost for Research. Once their proposal has been approved by the SRCW committee for presentation at the Expo, students will receive instructions for submission of the electronic copy of their poster.
This event is an opportunity for students to showcase their research and creative efforts. Students can submit their project to one of 13 categories: computer science/information science, creative work, economics, education, engineering, health science, humanities, interdisciplinary, life science, physical science, service work/professional application, social science, and social work. Applicable submissions include, but are not limited to, theses and dissertations, honors and capstone projects, independent study projects, and course-related work.
Questions or comments should be directed to the Student Research and Creative Works Committee Co-chairs Elizabeth Ann Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org Larry Smith at email@example.com.
In the upper right photo, applied science doctoral students, from left, Diamond McGehee, Zoya Faruqui, Kamal Pandey and Sudha Shanmugam, with Dr. Mariya Khodakovskaya, right, are researching the heat tolerance of rice. Photo by Benjamin Krain.