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  • April 14, 2020
  • Marketing and Communications staff

The deadline for students to participate in the online version of the Student Research and Creativity Expo has been extended to Monday, April 20.

The annual in-person spring event in the Williams Center will not take place on April 30 due to the transition to Distance Education.

Undergraduate and graduate students in all academic disciplines are encouraged to share their work online.

Individual and group proposals for oral or poster presentations are welcomed, as are creative works. Live performances can include music, dance and theatre. Oral presentations may include papers, PowerPoints and creative writings. Computer presentations, sculptures, paintings, music compositions and multimedia presentations may also be submitted.

All oral presentations and performances are to be captured digitally and are limited to five minutes and should be shorter if possible due to the platform being used.

Senior capstone projects or theses, as well as other projects both in and out of the classroom, may also be entered.

Works in progress can be submitted if they will be completed by May 4. All students must identify a faculty mentor for their project.

All proposals are to be submitted electronically. Students should go online to for an overview of the expo with guidelines for submitting a proposal. They can also go online to  if they wish to access the submission form directly.