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Register to Present at the Fall Undergraduate Research Showcase

Types of Presentations

There are a few different formats available for the Fall 2020 event:

  • Online oral presentation: For students giving oral presentations, we will have instructions about how to submit your presentation as soon as they are finalized. 
  • Online poster presentation: For students giving poster presentations (see KU poster templates here) they will submit a PDF of their poster. We will have instructions about how to submit your presentation as soon as they are finalized.  

Registration Directions

  1. Write a draft of a title and abstract or artist statement of no more than 250 words describing your research/creative scholarship. The title and abstract will be posted online, so be sure to review them carefully.  The KU Writing Center website provides tips for writing abstracts.
  2. Review your title and abstract with your research mentor and make any suggested revisions. 
  3. Registration and upload of presentations will be due November 20th, 11:59pm 2020. A LINK TO THE REGISTRATION FORM WILL BE POSTED HERE AS SOON AS IT IS FINALIZED.
  4. If you are presenting as a group, fill out one registration form for the whole group.

Note: If you are attending the Fall Undergradaute Research Showcase but not presenting you do not need to register.

Fall Undergraduate Research Showcase Quick Links

2020 Deadline: November 20, 2020

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