Research and Creative Works Symposium
This event is an opportunity for undergrad and graduate students alike of all disciplines and degree levels to present their in-progress or completed scholarly or creative works for a chance to win big bucks!
We invite all students to the ISU Research and Creative Works Symposium on Wednesday, March 13, 2024. This event is an opportunity for students of all disciplines to showcase and present their scholarly and creative works.
Students may present their in-progress or completed research from literature reviews, research projects, capstone projects, case studies, grant proposals, humanitarian trips, class papers, and other related scholarly or creative work. Students may participate in one category including, Poster Presentation, Oral Presentation, and/or Creative Works. The Oral Presentation category will be in-person with the option to Zoom and present/participate from distance campuses. For the Poster session, students can choose to present their work either on the Pocatello or Meridian campus. However, the Creative Works category will only be available for presenting on the Pocatello campus.
A $1000 cash prize is granted to the winning presenter(s) in each subject category for graduate students and $500 for the top 3 awards for undergraduate/PharmD students.
See below for descriptions and submission guidelines. To help answer any questions and show examples from previous years, we will be hosting three 1 Hour Information Sessions. See below for details.
Submit your abstract via our by NOON on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 priority deadline. Submission deadlines in select categories may be extended.
Select a presentation category you wish to present your work. Students may present in one or more categories.
- Poster Presentation
- Oral Presentation
- Creative Works
The Oral Presentation category will be in-person with the option to Zoom and present/participate from distance campuses. For the Poster session, students can choose to present their work either on the Pocatello or Meridian campus. However, the Creative Works category will only be available for presenting on the Pocatello campus.
Select a subject category that best represents your work. Your category does not need to coincide with your current graduate program. If you wish to present work in different subject categories, please submit a separate submission for each abstract.
- Biological & Natural Sciences
- Business, Economics & Public Administration
- Education, Learning Training
- Engineering, Physical & Mathematical Sciences
- Health, Nutrition & Clinical Sciences
- Humanities, Behavioral & Social Sciences
- Or Creative Works [for those who are submitting creative works display]
Abstracts should be no more than 300 words, including an introduction/artistic statement, materials and methods, results, and conclusion.
All submitters will be notified of acceptance/denial after the deadline.
|Friday, February 2, 2024
|12:00 - 12:45 p.m.
|Join via Zoom
|Wednesday, February 7, 2024
|11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
|Join via Zoom
|Thursday, February 15, 2024
|4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
|Join via Zoom
Planning Committee Contact Information
Tracy Collum - firstname.lastname@example.org
Angie Callaway - email@example.com
Anna Siddoway - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sonia Martinez - email@example.com
Elaine Nguyen - firstname.lastname@example.org