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Undergraduate Research Symposium

Collaborative Learning Center NAHS

Collaborative Learning Center NAHS

April 17, 2020

一道本不卡免费高清The Gordon State College Undergraduate Research Symposium invites the submission of scholarly papers in all disciplines.  Works of critical analysis, synthesis, evidence-based practice, original interpretation, and primary research all are welcome.  Successful applicants will present their work at the College’s symposium in April to a gathering of fellow students and faculty (family is also welcome to attend).  The symposium is a chance for students to share their intellectual efforts with the Gordon State College community and present their accomplishments to a receptive and intellectually-minded audience.

Submission Deadline: March 15, 2020 by 5pm EST

NEW! This year abstracts or synopses are to be submitted for consideration for ALL types of presentations in ALL disciplines. NEW!

General Guidelines for Submissions:

  • Submissions must be scholarly works of critical analysis, synthesis, original interpretation, or primary research presented in an accepted format of the relevant discipline.  Group research projects are eligible.
  • Submissions must consist of work of which the majority was completed while enrolled at Gordon State College.  Submissions are NOT required to have been submitted for a grade for any particular course. 
  • Work that has been presented previously at an outside conference is eligible as long as the prior presentation occurred within one year of the Gordon Undergraduate Research Symposium.
  • See below for discipline specific instructions.

Oral Presentations:

  • Presentations are to be no more than 15 minutes long with a 5 minute period for questions.
  • PowerPoint slides may be used to enhance the presentation, but please speak with your faculty mentor to ensure that you are consistent with the norm in your discipline.

Poster Presentations:

  • Poster presentations should fit within an area 36 inches high by 48 inches wide.
  • The format should be appropriate to the discipline as determined by your faculty mentor with whom you should discuss your poster in detail.

Guidelines and Best Practices for Abstracts/Synopses:

STEM and Nursing Abstract Instructions

Education Abstract Instructions and Poster Template

Humanities Abstract/Synopses Instructions

Please Note: Your abstract/synopsis will be published online as part of a Symposium Abstracts and Synopses Book. Please ensure that they are well written and grammatically correct.

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Submission Instructions:

NOTE: Please specify if you want to do an oral or poster presentation with your submission.

Education

  • Applicants must provide a letter of support from a faculty sponsor (of the student’s choosing) who is knowledgeable about the work.  The letter of support should be sent to Dr. Katie Wester-Neal (103D Smith Hall; email: kwester-neal@lucruribunesifrumoase.com) via email.
  • Those seeking additional information or advice should feel free to contact Dr. Katie Wester-Neal (103D Smith Hall; email: kwester-neal@lucruribunesifrumoase.com)

Social Sciences and Humanities

  • Applicants also must provide a letter of support from a faculty sponsor (of the student’s choosing) who is knowledgeable about the work.  The letter of support should be sent to Dr. David Janssen, Honor's House #2 (djanssen@lucruribunesifrumoase.com) via email.
  • Those seeking additional information or advice should feel free to contact: Dr. David Janssen (Honor's House #2), Dr. Stephen Powers (Russell Hall 206), Dr. Alan Burstein (Russell Hall 309) or Dr. J. Franklin Williamson (Russell Hall 305).

Mathematics and Natural Sciences

  • Applicants must provide a letter of support from a faculty sponsor (of the student’s choosing) who is knowledgeable about the work or has participated in it. 
  • Abstracts and letters of support should be submitted to Dr. Amanda Duffus (CETL/Georgia House, aduffus@lucruribunesifrumoase.com) or Dr. Greg Hartman (314-B Instructional Complex, ghartman@lucruribunesifrumoase.com) via email.
  • Those seeking additional advice should feel free to contact: Dr. Amanda Duffus (CETL/Georgia House), Dr. Greg Hartman (314-B Instructional Complex) or Dr. John George (214 Russell Hall).

Nursing

  • Applicants must provide a letter of support from a faculty sponsor (of the student’s choosing) who is knowledgeable about the work or has participated in it.
Abstracts and letters of support should be submitted to Dr. Margie Wright (NAHS 317, mwright@lucruribunesifrumoase.com) via email.).