Scholars Day is Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Undergraduate and graduate Brockport students in all academic fields, as well as faculty and staff, are invited to submit proposals to present their academic and creative work at Scholars Day held each year in early April.
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Brockport faculty are also encouraged to submit class groups/presentations or organized panels of student presenters in their discipline.
Eligible Student Research and Creative Projects
- Produced by student(s) under faculty supervision or in collaboration with faculty
- Associated with research, creative work, or applied/experiential learning
- Based on methodologies in the discipline
Types of submitted proposals include:
- Research project
- Creative writing
- Visual art
- Music composition
- Dance choreography
- Theatrical script
- Applied/experiential learning
- Service learning project
Abstract Submission Information
Abstract Submissions are now being accepted until March 11, 2022.
Please have the following information available when submitting your research or creative activity:
- Primary student NetID
- Additional student authors NetIDs
- Faculty Sponsor NetID and department
- Presentation type: oral presentation; poster presentation; performance
- Know your session block or length of time required
- Presentation title, abstract (limit of 200 words)
- Special requirements or requests
An abstract is a one-paragraph summary of your project. All abstracts should have prior approval by faculty sponsor.
Abstract should clearly and concisely:
- Identify the central research question, objective, or thesis of the project
- Summarize the methodology and/or findings of the research or creative work
- State conclusions, significance, and/or current state of the project
- Titles should be short and specific, and in mixed Upper and lower case letters
- Abstract should be a limit of 200 words
- Include plain text only - do not include tables, charts, pictures, foreign characters, or scientific symbols
- The title and proposal will appear in the conference program exactly as inputted, so double check spelling, punctuation, and clarity of prose
- Abstracts should be written at college level (e.g. spelling, grammar, clarity, etc.) since they will include names of student(s) and faculty sponsor
Presentations and posters will be IN PERSON as we return to a normal day-of event.
In the instance that student(s), whether individual or a group, are a part of a FULLY REMOTE online course, the students can submit their poster/presentation through our registration portal. This option is ONLY available to courses that are 100% online. All other submissions will not be accepted.