Who can participate?
Open to all OCC students
All disciplines welcome!
How do you participate?
In-class or independent project with a faculty mentor
Find a mentor from the Potential Mentors list or ask other faculty or staff
If you need funding for supplies for your resources currently we are accepting applications for funding. Up to $100 with some possible exceptions of more, Fill out this form with your mentor Funding Request Form.
What type of work can you produce?
When are the key dates?
Intent to Submit, Extended to February 23, 2018: This indicates interest in participation and does not obligate you to do so Submission
First Draft of Abstracts Due, February 23, 2018: Feedback is provided before publication. Submission (Here are some Abstract Resources to make abstracts and some Model Abstracts).
Abstract Revisions Due, March 23, 2018: The final version of the abstract will be printed and published online. Check out some Model Abstracts
When are the workshops?
Abstract Workshops: February 7, 2018 (4:00-5:30pm) Location Bio Sci 100 & February 9, 2018 (1:00-2:30pm) Location Bio Sci 100
How to Make a Poster or PowerPoint Presentation Workshop: March 9, 2018 (11:00am-1:00pm) Location MBCC 136 (Computer Room)
Oral Presentation Practice: April 4, 2018 (4:00-5:30pm) Location MbCC 301 & 302
Prizes For Top Work
Overall Best Work
Prize $1000, plus $500 for subcategory win
Oral Presentations (Original Research)
Oral Presentations (Literature Review)
Projects, Technology, and Creative Works
2017 Winner Best Presentation winner
Affordable Housing & Housing Affordability in Orange County, Faculty sponsor: Chris Quinn, Geography
Rachel Ridnor - email@example.com
Hannah Kang - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Kang • Rachel Ridnor • Greg Russell • Jerome Fang • Amy Hellman• Kelli Elliot • Ulirike Green • Duy Pham • Arjun Nair • Robert Ellis • Isabel Archuleta • Karen Baker • Michael Sutliff • Tara Giblin