Presentation Formats

2021 SUMMER SYMPOSIUM
It is our hope that if the presenting student is local that they will present on campus at the live symposium. We will still offer a virtual platform but will NOT host live virtual sessions.
All participants, in-person or remote, will be required to upload their posters/presentations/videos to the online platform so that all students are represented. Those presenting in person may not wish to include a video with their online poster, but for those not presenting in person, it is highly recommended. Thank you!


Virtual Symposium Presentation Materials are due July 22nd. Uploaded materials (poster/video) can not be edited after submission so please be sure they are ready to be published!



Presentation Examples

Presentations from the spring 2021 virtual symposium may be viewed by clicking here or going to the link below. To view the presentations, you will be asked to create a login consisting of an email and password creation. https://symposium.foragerone.com/spring-undergraduate-research-creativity-symposium

POSTER presentations are best suited for communicating research that highlights the use of the scientific method. Posters often include a hypothesis, methodology used, and findings, among other information presenters want to share.

Poster presentation at the 2019 Spring Symposium

ORAL presentations are best suited for communicating research where additional photos, diagrams, and/or video need to be shared. It allows the presenter to provide a more in-depth explanation of the project with designated time from the audience.

Oral presentation at the 2019 ACC Meeting of the Minds

EXHIBITS/DEMONSTRATIONS are best suited for communicating research in the arts, design, textiles, and other projects where the methodology is more creative and artistic. They include a display space where attendees can interact with the exhibit if permitted.

PERFORMANCES are best suited for communicating research in areas where the methodology is more creative and artistic and may be presented as a large group such as music, theater, and dance. They include one or more persons and a space large enough, possibly a stage, to perform with an audience watching.

Textiles exhibit from the 2019 Spring Symposium