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Student Research & Scholarship Day (SRSD) is an annual event to showcase the research and scholarship activities of USCB students.
In preparation for SRSD, students join with faculty mentors to produce research and scholarship in the following categories:
- Poster Presentations
- Hypothesis-Driven — basic and applied research, testing a hypothesis using inferential statistics
- Issue-Based / Descriptive — Issue-based research is non-hypothesis based applied research, examining a socio-cultural, educational, political, health-related, economic, or technological issue. Descriptive research is non-hypothesis based research guided by a question or set of questions
- Innovation/Application — Non-hypothesis driven project to develop a novel technique, algorithm, or procedural method for pedagogy, information processing, engineering, problem solving, or domain-specific best practices
- Oral Presentations
On the day of the event, oral presenters will gather in Hargray 158, and posters will be on display in Hargray Lobby. Students presenting posters will be available to discuss their work during the Poster Viewing Session. See the Agenda for times.
Lunch will be provided free to all presenters, faculty mentors, and judges.
Oral presentations must not exceed 20 minutes.
Posters must fit on a 46.5” tall, 72” wide board. For your convenience, Powerpoint-based poster templates are now available
for each of the poster categories. (To download: Right-click on the link, and then choose "Save Link As..." from
the contextual menu that appears.)
Presenting at SRSD
A student may present either an individual or group project at SRSD and must have a faculty mentor. Participants must meet the following deadlines:
- Monday, March 3 to Monday, March 24 - Open registration period of intent to participate in SRSD, with the student’s name, the mentor’s name, project title, and poster category
- Monday, March 31 - Submission deadline for rough drafts of project abstracts
- Monday, April 7 - Deadline for project mentor final review and approval of titles and abstracts
- Monday, April 14 - Deadline for Mentor Approval and Submission of students’ posters for printing
Registering your Intent to Participate
SRSD uses an online application to manage registrations and abstracts.
Register for the website. Use your USCB e-mail address and
create a password specific to this event (not your USCB username and password).
- Login with your e-mail address and new password.
- Fill in the form presented there, and click Submit. See writing abstracts or writing artist statements. Abstracts and artist statements can be edited by the mentor for any special characters or formatting required.
After you submit, you’ll receive an e-mail as a receipt. Your mentor will also receive an e-mail.
If you have technical problems with the submission, please contact the 2014 SRSD Webmaster, Dr. Brian Canada, at email@example.com. (Please provide enough detail to reproduce the issue if necessary.)
Your abstract must be 300 words or fewer.
If you have received financial support for your project, you should acknowledge that at the end of the abstract.
Resources for writing abstracts:
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