Call for abstracts: annual URECA research symposium
ABSTRACT DEADLINE: extended (from March 29) to APRIL 5 at noon.
1. Complete online form here>>.
2. E-Mail faculty-approved abstrac t* (cc your faculty supervisor/mentor) using your last name in file name to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to include a TITLE and AUTHOR line with your abstract!
3. Submit paper copy of abstract to URECA (drop off to URECA , Melville Library N3071 or use campus mail, z=3357).
*To indicate that the abstract has been reviewed/approved, please ask your faculty mentor to sign the paper copy OR to send an email to email@example.com indicating that the abstract has been reviewed and approved.
Note on PSYCHOLOGY abstract submissions. For all psychology abstract submissions (even if you're not a Psi CHi member), please email firstname.lastname@example.org (Psi Chi email) AND cc Karen.email@example.com and be sure to include your abstract, & the Psi Chi URECA form. Please be sure to indicate whether you are interested in doing a poster presentation, an oral presentation, or both!
Length/Format Guidelines. The abstract should be ~ 300-400 words in length and MUST BE APPROVED by your faculty research supervisor. Be sure to include: 1) title of research project; 2) author & co-author(s) names (use full names, and include relevant lab colleagues/research group, such as grad students/ post docs, and faculty supervisor; and 3) department(s) in which the work was carried out. If research was conducted off-campus, be sure to indicate the research institution where your work was done (e.g. Brookhaven National Labs, name of university, etc.). Underline the names of all undergraduate co-authors. The abstract should also recognize any funding sources. For example, “This work was supported with funding from Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URECA).” Tables or graphs may be included if they are relevant and appropriate to the discipline.
To Seniors involved in STEM - Sigma Xi sponsors a $500 outstanding research prize for a graduating senior/poster presenter. More information here.
To Students involved in research related to the environment - have you considered presenting at the Earthstock Research exhibition? More information here.
See the advice/tips on poster presentation/writing abstracts here >>.