Student Research Presentations and Awards
Tuesday, April 5
Student Union Library
- Application Process & Deadlines
- Student Research Abstract Submission
- Student Research Presentation (Oral or Poster) Guidelines
- Student Research Award Guidelines
Student Research Presentations (oral or poster)
Undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines at all colleges (Business; Education; Engineering, Mathematics, and Science; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; Nursing; and Technology) at Purdue University Calumet are invited to participate in the 2016 Student Research Day for oral or poster presentations. All students who have participated in scholarly research during spring 2015, summer 2015, fall 2015 and spring 2016 are encouraged to present their work. Projects in working progress are also encouraged to introduce their research and present their preliminary results.
Student Research Awards
Winners will be selected among the participants based on their competitive paper and oral or poster presentations. Three awards (first place of $400, second place of $250, and third place of $100) will be given for each of the four categories: undergraduate oral presentation, undergraduate poster presentation, graduate oral presentation, and graduate poster presentation. To be eligible for this award, you must submit your abstract by Monday, February 29, 2016 (11:59pm) and Competitive Paper by Tuesday, March 15, 2016 (11:59pm). This is the week immediately following Spring Break. Please plan accordingly.
1. To participate in presentations on Student Research Day:
- Submit your abstracts here.
- Up to 250 words
- By Monday, February 29 (11:59 pm)
- No extension on deadline
- Oral or poster presentation guidelines
2. To be considered for Student Research Awards and presentations:
- Submit abstracts here by Monday, February 29 (11:59pm)
- Prepare a 4-page Competitive Paper
- Ask mentor to e-mail competitive paper to SRO@purduecal.edu by Tuesday, March 15 (11:59pm), no deadline extensions
- You must meet both deadlines to be considered for an award
- Student Research Award guidelines
- Oral Presentation
- 12 minutes followed by 3 minutes of Q & A
- Poster Presentation
The Student Research Awards will be be based on a combination of the 4 page competitive paper (70%) and your oral or poster presentation at the event (30%).