MAY 15, 2013
The Spring Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate students at Eastern Oregon to showcase and present their creative activities and accomplished studies to fellow students, faculty and the public.
Students will present on a variety of topics spanning the breadth of scholarly work undertaken on our campus. The presentations are discipline-specific and range from artistic displays, panel presentations, poster sessions, talks, exhibits, and performance art.
It is an excellent “presenting” opportunity for students, and a celebration of undergraduate achievement in research and creative activities.
Information for Student Presenters
All students that wish to present at the Spring Symposium must complete the online application. An abstract (1400 character limit) describing the research effort must be included as part of the application. Please work with your faculty adviser when preparing the abstract.
Creating a Poster Help Session lead by Chemistry professor Colby Heideman, to be held on May 1, 2013 4-5pm, location Badgely Hall room 148.
Giving a Talk Help Session lead by Communications professor April Curtis, to be held on May 6, 2013 9-10am in Loso 117 and 4-5pm in Badgely Hall room 148.
Below are links to guidelines for preparing abstracts for different disciplines as well as sample abstracts:
Below are guidelines for creating a poster:
For information on the 2013 Spring Research Symposium please contact Symposium
Chair: Dr. Amy Yielding or Co-Chair: Dr Colby Heideman