After the initial submission by the faculty sponsor or by the student, each student presenter must submit an abstract. (Note: Group presentations require submission of only one abstract.) The abstract provides moderators and attendees with additional information about presenter sessions and helps inform the scheduling process. You may submit your initial proposal and abstract at the same time, but please send them as 2 different PDFs clearly labeled.
Abstracts must be submitted via email to email@example.com by Thursday, March 9, 2017, at 5 p.m. Abstracts will not be accepted after March 9 at 5 p.m.
Sample abstracts and Judging Rubrics are provided (see sidebar) to guide the development of the abstract and presentation.
Abstracts should be characterized by an objective, scholarly tone (i.e., not first person).
When sending your abstract, please send a pdf and title as follows: Last name and department. Example: Taylor-Computer Science.pdf
For students who plan to present their research:
Abstract to Present (250–500 words)
For students who plan to present their research and wish to be considered for an award:
Abstract to be Considered for an Award (500–700 words)
For students who plan to present creative work (visual, media, and performing arts):
Abstract for Visual, Media, and Performing Arts (basic abstract to present or to be considered for an award)