Celebration of Student Scholarship - Submit an Abstract

The 23rd Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship

Thursday, April 12 in Jamrich Hall.

 

Undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines are encouraged to present their work. All students who wish to present must submit an abstract. An abstract is a summary of your project. Abstracts can describe scientific research, social science research, scholarly projects in the humanities and arts, or visual/performance art. All students who submit an abstract should consult their advising faculty member on the contents of their abstract. Abstracts selected for presentation will be printed in the Annual Celebration program, which will be available to NMU students, faculty, staff, and administration. 

Abstract word limit for the Celebration of Student Scholarship is 250 words. 

The NMU Writing Center is an excellent resource for students who need assistance writing an abstract. Students who visit the writing center receive free one-to-one assistance with their writing concerns. 

The NMU Writing Center
LRC 111G
Hours MTWR 10-4, F 10-2, and Sunday 1-6.
www.nmu.edu/writingcenter

You may also find the following external website helpful. 

The University of Wisconsin - Madison Writing Center

The OWL at Purdue

See this page for abstract submission entry requirements.
*NOTE - If the number of entries surpasses the time and/or space available, applications will be accepted in the order they were received.
*Students must choose between oral and poster display. 

The presentation rooms  will be equipped with a screen, mobile device/laptop, data projector (proxima) and remote pointer/slide advancer. If any other audiovisual equipment is required or you have any questions, please contact us at studentcelebrate@nmu.edu. 

Abstract submission form will be available starting on Monday, February 26 with abstracts due by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28. 

 

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