There you will find important submission requirements, deadlines, contact information, and additional conference resources. Be sure to communicate with your faculty mentor to make sure this conference is appropriate for your project and that you will be able to meet all submission requirements by the deadline.
If you are interested in presenting your research, talking to your research mentor or advisor about conferences within your field is a good place to start. You can also reach out to the Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and the Arts (URSA) for suggestions.
A pre-recorded talk is a concise, oral presentation about your research that usually last either 3 minutes or 10 minutes. Here you will find tips and suggestions to help you develop your virtual presentation.
An abstract is a brief summary of your research or creative project, usually about a paragraph long (250-350 words).
As an undergraduate researcher, chances are that you will be communicating your hard work in the form of a research poster. Here you will find tools on formatting and what to include.
Free or low-cost personal design consultation and printing of posters for undergraduate students is available at Student Media Services (SMS).