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Graduate Student Research Symposium Sponsored by the UNI Graduate College Information Session. Created by Graduate College Graduate Assistants. 5 th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. Tuesday, March 27 th , 2012 Maucker Union Ballroom & Conference Rooms

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Graduate student research symposium sponsored by the uni graduate college information session

Graduate Student Research SymposiumSponsored by the UNI Graduate CollegeInformation Session

Created by Graduate College

Graduate Assistants


5 th annual graduate student research symposium

5th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Maucker Union Ballroom & Conference Rooms

Poster Presentations: 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Oral Presentations: 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Davis Hall,

Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center

Creative Performances: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.


What is a research symposium

What is a Research Symposium?

  • It is an opportunity for graduate students to present what they have learned through their academic experiences to a larger audience.


Benefits for presenters

Benefits for Presenters

  • Present research to larger audience

  • Contribute to professional growth

  • Enhance presentations skills

  • Build resume or CV

  • Network with academic community

  • Gain feedback and ideas on where to go next with your research

  • Represent your program to the university community


General conference etiquette

General Conference Etiquette

  • Conduct yourself in a professional manner

    • Turn off cell phones

    • Be punctual for your presentation or performance

    • Respect others while they are presenting or performing

    • Do not enter the room during another participant's presentation or performance


Types of presentations

Types of Presentations

  • Poster Presentations

  • Research

  • Project

  • Literature Review

Oral Presentations

  • Creative Performances

    • Original Work

    • Performance


Poster judging criteria

Poster Judging Criteria

  • Posters will be judged in a session without presenters

  • Presenters will not be judged on how they respond to questions from the judges.

  • Will be judged on:

    • Abstract

    • Display appearance

    • Content

    • Organization


  • Oral presentation judging criteria

    Oral Presentation Judging Criteria

    • Abstract

    • Organization

    • Content

    • Delivery


    Creative performance judging criteria

    Creative Performance Judging Criteria

    • Abstract

    • Impact and Delivery

      • Poise, engagement with audience

    • Technical Ability

      • i.e. Projection, pitch/tuning, rhythm

    • Content


    Helpful hints for abstracts

    Helpful Hints for Abstracts

    • Your abstract and description of work are part of the judging process

    • Acronyms – be sure to define them the first time they are used, then abbreviate

    • Make your work as understandable and accessible as possible to a broad academic audience without sacrificing its disciplinary rigor.

    • Check for spelling errors

    • and typos – lead to

    • points taken off


    Poster presentations

    Poster Presentations


    Poster presentations who presents

    Poster Presentations: Who Presents?

    • Anyone whose message is better conveyed in print


    Poster categories

    Poster Categories

    • Research - Classic poster with literature review, methods, findings conclusions based on findings

    • Project - a description of an activity. May not contain findings/results or a conclusion based on findings

    • Literature Review/Review Paper - a review and analysis of existing literature, perhaps to make a point. May not contain process/methods.


    Graduate student research symposium sponsored by the uni graduate college information session

    Poster Formatting

    • Consult faculty member in your department for format help

    • Presentation expectations vary by discipline

      • For example: in Biology the results section must be prominently near the top of the poster


    Poster presentation guidelines

    Poster Presentation Guidelines

    • Posters set up between 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

    • Specific location of poster assigned

    • at check-in

    • Posters must fit in the 4’ x 4’ poster

    • board panel

      • Display panels, push pins, and music stands for handouts are provided by Graduate College


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    Poster Presentation Guidelines

    • Targeted towards broad academic audience

    • Presenters are encouraged to be available between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m. for public viewing

    • Handouts are encouraged


    Helpful hints for poster displays

    Helpful Hints for Poster Displays

    • Incorporate appropriate graphics

    • Label or describe any charts, tables, figures, graphs, or photos

    • Do Not post Power Point slides

    • Check out the Workshop page online


    Poster printing resources on campus

    Poster Printing Resources on Campus

    • The College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences (CHAS) Prints Posters

      • $25 for students not in a program in the CHAS

        • Payable by cash or check

      • Free for students in a program in CHAS

      • PDF or Power Point format only

      • Recommended deadline to submit: Tuesday, March 13th

    • Email poster as attachment to [email protected] or bring a flashdrive to

    • Wright 206

    • Questions: email or call 273-5809 or stop by Wright 206

    • CSBS Poster Printing

      • Students in a CSBS program will be able to print their posters for free; they will just need to fill out the request form at least a week in advance.

      • Request Form: http://www.csbs.uni.edu/tech/labs/posters.html


    Oral presentations

    Oral Presentations


    Who presents oral presentations

    Who Presents Oral Presentations?

    • Anyone whose message is better conveyed when spoken rather than in print

    • If you’re not sure on format, consult with faculty


    Locations maucker union

    Locations – Maucker Union

    Presidential

    Room

    State College

    Room

    Oak Room


    Oral presentations general guidelines

    Oral Presentations: General Guidelines

    • 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

    • 13 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions

    • Arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time to check in

    • The Graduate College will try to accommodate class schedules as much as possible in scheduling presentations


    Technology

    Technology

    • Not mandatory to use technology

    • Use it to enhance the presentation

    • Available for use

      • Computer

      • Projector/ Screen

      • Power Point

      • version 2010


    Helpful hints for oral presentations

    Helpful Hints for Oral Presentations

    • Attire should be appropriate and professional

    • Be sure you have practiced and are prepared

    • Make eye contact and speak confidently slowly

    • Use Power Point to enhance your presentation, don’t read from it

    • Welcome to bring in other options for visual aid such as handouts, or single posters

    • Be sure to present the most relevant and important issues, don’t try to present everything


    Creative performances

    Creative Performances


    Who presents creative performances

    Who Presents Creative Performances?

    • Showcase disciplines, specialties, and skills outside more formal research

    • 2010 performances

      • included

      • Small Ensembles

      • Solos

      • Short Story Reading

      • Creative Monologue


    Creative performances begin at 6 00 pm davis hall gallagher bluedorn performing arts center

    Creative Performances begin at 6:00 pmDavis Hall: Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center

    Performances are Free and Open to the Public


    Information for presenters

    Information for Presenters…

    • Up to 10 minutes long

    • Two Categories

      • Original Work

      • Performance

    • Check in 30 minutes before scheduled performance time

    • Schedule will be determined after all registrations are complete


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    Information for presenters…

    Due to the varied nature of creative performances, if you have additional questions please speak with a graduate assistant after this presentation.


    Presentation of awards

    Presentation of Awards

    • Awards will be presented to:

      • Winners in each Poster Category

      • Winners in each Oral Presentation Room

      • Winners in each Creative Performance Category

    • Prize amounts to be determined

    • Dr. Licari will notify winners through email and prize amount will be credited to students’ university accounts


    How to begin

    How to Begin

    • Prepare your registration form

    • Meet with faculty member to sign-off on the form

    • Submit registration to [email protected]

    • Encourage peers to participate

    • Invite faculty, staff, friends, family, and peers!


    Remember

    Remember…

    • Registration forms must be completed and submitted no later than February 20th, 2012

    • Registration Form:

      • http://www.grad.uni.edu/graduate-student-symposium

    • Submit forms to [email protected]


    Questions

    Questions


    Thank you

    Thank you!

    Graduate College Office: Lang Hall 110

    (319) 273-2748

    http://www.grad.uni.edu/graduate-student-symposium

    Graduate Assistants’Office: Lang Hall 112

    (319)-273-3803

    [email protected]


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