Step 1: Brainstorm Topics to Explore
In ANY discipline, think about possible topics for a research or non-research project that interests you. You can narrow it down with your mentor later.
Step 2: Find a Mentor
Find a mentor from:
Our list of Potential Mentors
The optional Mentor Mixer event (Sept. 7th, 1:15-3:15pm, Legacy Hall Room 101)
Ask a faculty or staff member
Step 3: Choose Your Project
- Discuss ideas with your mentor
- If you are able attend the optional “What to Do” workshop (Sept. 14th, 1:15-3:15pm, Legacy Hall Room 101)
Step 4: Intent to Submit Form
Take 2 minutes to fill out the Intent to Submit Form
Step 5: Start Your Project
Begin work on your project with your mentor’s guidance.
Step 6: First Draft of your Abstract by December 3, 2018
Attend one of the “Abstract Workshops” (Nov. 14th, 2018 2:00-3:30pm at the Global Engagement Center or Nov 16 10:00-11:30am at the Garrison Honors Center if you are able. Turn in the First Draft of your Abstract by December 3, 2018.
Step 7: Abstract Revisions by March 3. 2019
Continue your project or research and turn in your Abstract Revisions by March 3rd, 2019.
Step 8: Prepare to Present
Get ready to present your work as either a
Exhibition of work
Attend some preparation workshops that will be emailed to you if you are able to. Here is the Symposium Scoring Rubric.
Step 9: Compete for up to $1,000 at the Symposium Event March 15, 2019!
Compete for up to $1,000 in prize money at the event on March 15th, 2019.
Rachel Ridnor - email@example.com
Duy Pham - firstname.lastname@example.org
Duy Pham • Rachel Ridnor • Hannah Kang • Jerome Fang • Amy Hellman • Kelli Elliott • Ulrike Green • Robert Ellis • Jon Mochizuki • Brent Rudmann • Dean Abernathy • Shazia Aziz • Brittni Doty • Guido Sendowsky • Michael Sutliff • Tara Giblin