Soraeya Loveland - 2023 Winner Student Showcase for Research, Scholarship & Creativity You are here Kent Kent State Trumbull Academics Student Showcase for Research, Scholarship & Creativity SHOWCASE DIRECTORS Ana Wetzl, Ph.D. Associate Professor, English & Honors Coordinator, Trumbull Campusawetzl@kent.edu Mary Russell, Ph.D. Professor, Biological Sciencesmrussel1@kent.edu SHOWCASE HOME ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM AWARDS PAST YEARS - EXAMPLES POSTER TEMPLATES OTHER OPPORTUNITIES FOR FACULTY UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FUNDING Explore with Enthusiasm! Pursue with Purpose! Extend your understanding of a subject. Engage in research and creative academic work. Develop good work and life skills. Be an independent learner. Stand out for grad school and to employers. 2024 Student Showcase Tuesday, April 23, 2024 WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE? Students from any discipline area can present a faculty-mentored research project, scholarly effort or creative work/presentation. Students doing academic, scholarly, or creative work—from the sciences to the humanities, arts, and social sciences—are encouraged to be presented. Projects must be done under the guidance of a faculty mentor who will recommend your project for exhibition. Project can be presented as posters; however, other formats will be considered, such as projects in decorative arts and visual and performing arts. GENERAL INFORMATION The deadline to register is Monday, April 8, 2024 The deadline for uploading posters or creative arts/visual arts projects in other formats is Monday, April 15, 2024. Two judging sessions will take place: the morning and afternoon of Tuesday, April 23, 2024. Student presenters will have 10 minutes to present their research to the judges during one of the judging sessions. Each poster and student presentation will be rated by multiple judges, each using the same rubric. During judging, student presenters should clearly explain their exhibition of research, scholarly work, or creative/performing/visual work. Students also will answer questions posed by judges. The poster or creative work should reflect the academic and scholarly standards for the field in which you are exhibiting. Present your best work and put your best foot forward!