Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities

Student Registration

Please be advised, this form has changed significantly since last year.

The Celebration of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities is a salute to the scholarly explorations of Wright State’s undergraduate students.

Open to all disciplines, this daylong event showcases lectures, posters, videos, slideshows, and other presentations of research, scholarship, and creative activities produced during the past year. Presentations are 15 minutes in length, which includes a brief question-and-answer segment with the presenter.

Each research project needs a separate registration.

April 15, 2016
Wright State University
Student Union

Registration for the research celebration will open Febraury 19 and close April 1, 2016.

Please fill out the registration form completely.

You will need the following information to complete the registration:

  • Abstract - a very brief summary (a paragraph) of your research.
  • Co-authors/collaborators on the project (If you were going to cite this research, you would have to list these people)
  • Team members (People who will present this project with you)
    • Name of team member
    • Email addresses
    • Tshirt sizes

We look forward to receiving your registration form. Please direct any questions to Jan Power.
rsp@wright.edu
(937) 775-4460
www.wright.edu/celebrateresearch

Participant Information
Data Blitz is a one-minute presentation to describe your research project, selling why someone would want to view your poster or oral exhibition of your research. Limited to 25 participants. No PowerPoints or any visual aids.
Project Mentor Information
Presentation Information
Oral presentation should be 10 minutes with 3 minutes of QA. Poster presentation display surface is a 4'X6' poster board. Larger sizes may be available. Poster boards and push pins will be provided.

Each oral presentation room will include a computer, screen, and projector.

Please check the box for the item needed for your poster presentation or creative activity.
Enter the dimensions of needed oversized poster
Abstract

If you need an example of what an abstract should look like, view last year's abstract booklet.

  • It is strongly recommended that you have your mentor approve your abstract before you upload it.
  • The abstracts will not be proofed prior to publishing.
  • Reminder: An abstract should not include charts, graphs or pictures.
  • Limit your abstract to 300 words or less.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt pdf doc docx.