Scholars Day: Monday, April 15, 2024


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Submission period closes on March 8, 2024.

Individual Presentation or Performance

The below list highlights the type of submissions allowed for Scholars Day.

Verbal or Paper Presentation (In-Person)

One presentation can be submitted to present live (synchronous). Synchronous, in-person, presentations will have the option to link to an entire session set up by your professor. There will be no session blocks for recorded presentations.*

Options for verbal/paper in-person presentation include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Paper presentation
  • Dance performance
  • Musical performance
  • Digital/video presentation
  • Reading of creative work (poetry, prose, fiction)
  • Theatrical performance
  • Other – please specify

If you are submitting more than one synchronous presentation or performance for Scholars day, please indicate this in the “Special Requirements” box on the form so that we do not schedule your presentations at the same time.

Asynchronous Presentation (For Remote Classes Only)

This option is for remote classes only. Submit a pre-recorded link to your presentation (on YouTube).

For this option, select the option to “Submit an asynchronous (recorded) presentation for remote class only in the submission conference portal.

*If a professor would like to “group” asynchronous presentations, please send a request to indicating a grouping name. This will be formatted accordingly when viewing presentations through our website.

Once registered in the conference portal, you will receive instructions on best practices and how to record your YouTube presentation.

Poster Presentation: “Poster Palooza”

One project with one or more authors which includes a poster presentation. The poster will be presented in person during Scholars Day’s signature Poster Palooza session.

Session Blocks

Faculty create a themed “block” to which students may add their presentations. After a block is created by a faculty member, students may add their presentations to it by selecting it from the abstract submission menu.

Entire Session

An entire session comprised of multiple individual in-person presentations arranged by faculty.
An entire session comprised of a single presentation/panel/performance by a class or group to fill the allotted time (Eurosim, Puppeteers, Special Exhibit, Debate, etc.).


Contact Matthew Kotula, Coordinator of Scholarship, Research & Sponsored Programs, at