19th Annual Research and Artistic Showcase
Thursday April 17, 2014
Kirby Ballroom and Rafters noon - 4:00
All undergraduate students from any University of Minnesota campus are encouraged to participate; students do not need to have participated in a UROP project in order to present at the showcase. However, students who have received UROP funding are expected to participate. No abstract is needed.
Students may give a 20-minute oral presentation, which begin at 12:20, with the last presentation beginning at 3:40. Students presenting power point presentations must use the computer in the assigned room and download their presentation between 8 - noon on the 17th.
Students may create a poster displaying their project to be presented in the ballroom. Students are asked to attend their poster when not in class; no student is expected or required to miss class to attend the showcase. Poster participants will be assigned a poster board space approximately 4 feet wide; the boards will be available between 8 - noon on the 17th and all poster displays must be set up before noon; posters can be taken down at 4:00. The GIS lab and Printing Services print professional posters appropriate for the showcase, they request at least 5 working days and charge approximately $43; please contact the GIS lab in 326 Cina or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or Printing Services in 125 KPlz or email them at email@example.com for more information. For those who do not have expense funds, please fill out the form found at: http://www.d.umn.edu/urop/ under Student Presentation Funding Request.
The deadline to submit requests is Friday March 28, 2014. Requests received after March 28th will be accepted if space is still available; but students may not receive a t-shirt.
*****If you are working on a group presentation, EVERYONE in the group must sign up separately*****
For additional questions please see your college UROP coordinator or email Nancy Burley at firstname.lastname@example.org
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