The 21st Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors will be held on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 on the 4th floor of the Plemmons Student Union. The Office of Student Research is excited to announce that this year's presentation schedule and program are now complete:
The Celebration showcases meaningful research in all disciplines by undergraduates and graduate students at Appalachian. Last year, 172 students representing over 20 departments presented their results in either a performance, platform talk, or poster.
- Complete Presentation Schedule for Research Day 2017
- Complete Presentation Schedule for Research Day 2016
- Complete Presentation Schedule for Research Day 2015
- Complete Presentation Schedule for Research Day 2014
- Complete Presentation Schedule for Research Day 2013
Submit the Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors Abstract/Mini-exhibit Submission Form. Due to extreme scheduling constraints, students can only submit one abstract per year as lead author and we CANNOT accept any late submissions. The deadline for submissions was Wednesday, March 14, 2018 by 5:00 pm.
NOTE: Please make sure to diligently proof your entries on this form for grammatical errors, correct spelling of names, title, and academic departments for students and faculty. All data related to the Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors is compiled electronically, directly from your abstract submission.
Student Research Poster Competition
Students entering into the poster competition will have their abstract reviewed and the top 10 posters selected will be asked to present their poster. The top three posters in the undergraduate and graduate division will receive awards. Abstracts submitted for this competition should be those in which the student contributed a significant portion to the project (research question, design, procedures, analysis, and interpretation). Only the lead author will be eligible for the competition. Faculty reviewers are taken from various disciplines across campus.
Abstracts will be reviewed based upon the following:
- Methods or approach to the question
- Findings or Concluding statements
- Scholarly impact
To be eligible you must be available and willing to make a brief 3-5 minute presentation of your poster to the Faculty review committee on the morning of the Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors. The top 10 posters in each division (graduate and undergraduate) will be asked to make presentations.
Presentations will be reviewed based upon the following:
- Overall understanding of the project
- Ability to answer questions on the project
- Level of leadership /involvement in the project
- Poster appearance
Awards will be presented at the start of the afternoon poster session.
Exhibiting Your Work
For platform talks or performances
You will have 15 minutes for talks and 5 minutes for questions. You will have at your disposal an IBM compatible computer for PowerPoint Presentations, and an overhead projector. If you have additional needs, please email us at email@example.com.
For poster presentations
Corkboards and pushpins will be provided for your use. If possible, please limit your poster display to 4 ft (wide) X 4 ft (high). If you will need more space, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be certain that we can accommodate your request.
Some Good Advice
Advice about writing an abstract or description, including information about how to obtain feedback on a draft of your abstract is available from the ASU Writing Center.
A guide to creating and presenting an attractive and informative research poster is available at Creating an Effective Poster.