D I C K I N S O N S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y
2015 Celebration of Scholars: Explorations in Research, Humanities, and Fine Arts
If you are currently an undergraduate college student who has completed some sort of original research, scholarly work, or artistic creation, you are invited to present your work at the at the DSU annual Celebration of Scholars.
Proposal Deadline: Friday, April 3
Conference Date: Saturday, April 25, 9:00 to 2:00 in Murphy Hall
What is the Celebration of Scholars (CoS)? The CoS is an academic and scholarly conference at which research and original summative student work in all disciplines may be presented to an audience of fellow students, faculty members, community members, and professionals in the discipline.
What sort of work is acceptable? Acceptable work includes research findings, research literature reviews, scholarly critique, literary papers, musical or dramatic performances, or visual outwork. The work should be original, supported by a faculty member, and fit the definition of summative production in your main academic discipline.
Why should I present? Presenting your original work is an excellent way to demonstrate your learning in a public venue. It looks excellent on your resume and is highly desirable for graduate school applications.
What sort of presentations are possible? Four presentation modes are possible:
- Oral Paper: Presentation & discussion (10-12 minutes)
- Poster Presentation: Poster display with discussion
- Fine Arts Performance: Music, drama, dance
- Fine Arts Display: Display of any sort of visual art.
How are prizes awarded? Judges from outside the community will determine winners based on a set of criteria published on the website. Prizes will be awarded as DSU scholarships. In the event that the winner has graduated from DSU, the prize will be awarded as cash.
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