LMU 9th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium‌ Application

 

The 2017 URS9 Application deadline has already passed


Arts Showcase...................Friday, MARCH 24th, 2017 | BURNS FINE ARTS CENTER

Research Symposium.......Saturday, MARCH 25th, 2017 | UNIVERSITY HALL‌

The LMU Undergraduate Research Symposium invites undergraduate students to give formal presentations or displays of faculty-mentored research or creative project in all academic areas. 

Presentation formats include paper presentations, panel discussions, poster sessions, and presentations of creative endeavors. Creative activities may include performances in music, dance, and theatre, as well as exhibits in the visual arts and film.

 

Undergraduate students who wish to present at the Symposium must complete the following:

Submit the Symposium Application with your abstract. All students must follow our Abstract Guidelines to be considered for participation in the Symposium. 

*If multiple students are presenting as a group (same abstract), only one application with abstract is required per project, but ALL participating students must be listed accordingly.

* If students are presenting as part of a panel or round table (different abstracts), each member of the panel must submit a separate application and include the same title of panel. Please also list your other panel members on your application.  

 

Once your submission has been received, the following will take place:

  • The student presenter(s) specified on the application will each receive an e-mail confirming that their submission has been received.
  • A faculty committee will review abstracts in a process that commences promptly following the submission deadline. Thereafter, the student presenter(s) and faculty mentor(s) will receive an e-mail notifying them whether the submission was accepted or denied no later than Friday, March 4, 2016.
  • Once a submission has been accepted, student presenters and faculty mentors will receive e-mail communication with a schedule for the day's events, the specific time and place of their presentation, and day-of protocol.