The annual Student Scholar Showcase provides students with an opportunity to present their research, analytical, creative, and/or experiential learning projects to the campus community. The purpose of this site is to provide guidelines, tips, and tricks to help you create a successful showcase proposal submission and presentation.
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE
1 March 2023
ABSTRACT ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION
7 March 2023
FINAL ABSTRACT REVISIONS DUE
29 March 2023
PRESENTATION FILES DUE ON OR BEFORE
29 March 2023
FINAL SCHEDULE RELEASED
29 March 2023
5 April 2023
There are two available access types for you to select from:
Please provide a share link or upload a file of your poster (JPEG, PNG, PDF, etc.).
While we aren't expecting to receive slide decks or other files from Creative Presentations, if you have files to share, please do upload them!
What we do really need from creative presenters is information about your space needs. After submitting your proposal, please contact email@example.com to let us know:
Once we have had a conversation about your needs, we will schedule accordingly.
Virtual presenters can upload the file of their recording in the Full Text of Presentation field of the submission form. This will embed a video player directly into your Digital Showcase page! Note: it can take a few minutes for the upload to complete - just be patient! If your software only provides a share link and not a download, then click the "Link out" option instead and paste in your share link!
If your presentation has multiple files, or supplemental files, those can be added by selecting the additional files box on the submission page. After submission of the primary file, you will be redirected to a page in which additional files may be uploaded.
In order to update your abstract and upload presentation files, you must revise your initial submission. Start at the Digital Showcase homepage, and click on the My Account link. Your submitted items will appear along with the status of your proposal.
Click the title of the desired submission to see its details page.
Authors may also revise, withdraw, or manage additional files for their work on this page, plus view the revision history. If authors wish to email the administrators, they may do so using the “Email Administrator” link.
Once an item is published, the submission link on the author’s My Account page goes to the public page on the Showcase instead of the details page. Any further changes to a published work require an administrator.
All presenters will receive one Student Scholar Showcase cup and sticker during the poster session. Please stop by the Mocktail table to receive your cup & sticker for presenting!
After the presentation schedule is released, room moderators will also be assigned. Moderators will reach out to all of the students assigned to them to request a copy or share of your presentation materials. This will enable them to cue up all of the slides on the room computer and to keep things moving efficiently on presentation day. When you hear from your moderator, please answer their requests quickly!
We don't really have specific guidance for the creative presenters, as the presentations and formats are so varied! In general, please arrive at your presentation site with plenty of time to spare in order to set up. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about your specific presentation setup and space needs.
Virtual presentations are online and asynchronous. Presenters can upload a video file just as you would a Powerpoint or PDF file. This will embed a video player directly into your page in Digital Showcase. If you run into any issues uploading your video, please contact, email@example.com for assistance.