Abstract Submission Form for Research & Creativity Day, April 30, 2015
Abstracts are no longer being accepted - contact the Research and Grants Center if you have any questions
Guidelines for Presenters - It is recommended that you view these guidelines before submitting your abstract.
For students only: If you plan on submitting both an oral and a poster presentation, you will need to submit a form for each presentation.
If you do not receive confirmation within 3 days, please contact Dwight Moore, email@example.com.
Three Minute Thesis - this form may not be used to enter the Three Minute Thesis event. Go to http://www.emporia.edu/grad/graduate-forms/three-minute-thesis.html for submission guidelines for this event.
Oral Presentations: We have room for 40 oral presentations. If numbers warrant, oral presentations will be selected that meet the following definition of research and creativity:
"Undergraduate research is an endeavor that complements and enhances the teaching and scholarship efforts of faculty. It is an active collaboration with students to examine, discover or create knowledge or creative works using methods commensurate with the practices of their discipline."