Monday, March 1, 2021
Posters for the 2021 Scholars Forum will be presented in a virtual platform. More information on how to create your poster in a digital format will be forthcoming. If you are making a poster, please be mindful that posters will be limited to one slide.
Here are some resources that may help you prepare your poster:
Oral presentations for the 2021 Scholars Forum will be presented in a virtual symposium. Your presentation may be 15 minutes long, plus five minutes for questions and answers. More information on how to create your oral presentation in a digital format will be forthcoming.
Here are some resources that may help you prepare your presentation:
Students in the creative arts are invited to participate in the conference by presenting visual art installations, literary readings, or performances. Performances/presentations will be for a maximum of 20 minutes, allowing for a question and answer period during that time frame.
The exhibition is open to undergraduate and graduate art students. Submissions are handled through the online application. An initial review is conducted by Art faculty, and selected pieces are displayed at the event.
To recognize exemplary scholarly achievements, monetary prizes are awarded. Undergraduate and graduate awards will be given in these categories: Dean’s Award, Outstanding Poster Presentation, Outstanding Oral Presentation, Best Performance (College of Fine Arts), and Juried Art (College of Fine Arts).
Information about the day of the event is forthcoming.