Welcome to My Student Support Page for the National University 2018 Student Scholarship Conference!
I have created this page to assist students who are submitting proposals for consideration for Poster Presentation at the 2018 Student Scholarship Conference in La Jolla California.
More info and details will be posted soon, but here are some important dates and info:
Date to submit a PROPOSAL (An Abstract outlining your idea) February 15 2018
Date to submit final POSTER (if accepted)
March 3, 2018
Presentation Date of Conference,
Tuesday, March 13, 2018, La Jolla Ca
THERE IS a CASH PRIZE for the FIRST PLACE WINNERS at Undergraduate and Graduate Levels!!!!
This is an excellent Resume experience and great preparation for doctoral work and professional presentation experience.
Students residing outside of the San Diego area can receive a travel stipend to cover costs of travel and lodging.
Posters are printed at no cost to the student by the University
RETURN TO THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFO, or Contact Student Scholarship Sponsor/mentor Dr. Paltin email@example.com
12th Annual Student
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Undergraduate, graduate students and alumni* from NU and NU System affiliates from all disciplines are invited to submit your student thesis results, capstone findings, class projects, learning innovations, research findings or other creative scholarly work. The conference attendance is open to all students, alumni, faculty, friends, family, and the community.
Authors are required to provide a presentation for a maximum of 5 minutes of their individual or group work, either in-person or through a live video presentation. Zoom presentation will also be available for NU system students. A judging panel of Research Council members and other faculty of broad expertise will ask questions regarding work presented in the poster and score presentations under various categories using a common rubric. Awards will be given to outstanding contributions in the undergraduate and graduate categories from each school/college. Presenters must be available during judging periods to be considered for an award. Faculty mentors whose students participate in the conference will also be recognized. Financial awards will also be given to the overall best undergraduate and graduate student posters!
1) Work must have been done exclusively by a current NU System student or group of students.
2) Work must be completed under faculty supervision or mentorship.
3) Not previously submitted for a conference presentation.
4) Must have proof of IRB waiver or approval (An official determination from IRB is required for all submissions, see below for steps on completing this requirement)
5) If applicable, authors must include an approved NU Site/Subjects Request Form when using NU data or NU students, faculty, and/or staff for research purposes.
Submissions open: Tue., 1/19/2018
Close: Monday 2/12/2018 Acceptance: Friday 2/23/2018