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Podium presentations will be delivered utilizing PowerPoint or Prezi. The time limit is 15 minutes for oral presentations, followed by 5 minutes for questions and answers. You will be notified of the day and time of your presentation prior to Research Week. Oral presentations will occur on Tuesday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 16.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students: you must bring a copy of your presentation on a USB flash drive or CD/DVD to Samford Hall, Room 7, no later than April 7, 2014.
Presentations will be loaded onto a conference computer which will be ready for you at the time of your presentation.
Faculty: you may bring a USB flash drive to your presentation at Research Week.
Posters may not exceed 40" x 30". Posters will be affixed to foam board that will be provided for you. (You do NOT have to mount your poster prior to Research Week).
Poster title should match abstract title. Poster font should be large enough to easily read from a distance of 2-3 feet. Illustrations (graphs, pictures, figures, tables) should be large enough for easy observation and contain brief captions, if appropriate.
Posters will be displayed on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, and Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. You will be notified of the day and time of your presentation prior to Research Week.
Applicants for creative scholarship presentations should submit an audio or video recording of their performance on a USB flash drive or CD/DVD.
Please let us know any special requirements that you have (piano, sound equipment, etc.) for your demonstration or performance by emailing email@example.com.
If you plan to use PowerPoint or Prezi in your presentation, you must bring a copy on a USB flash drive or CD/DVD to Samford Hall, Room 7, no later than April 7, 2014.
It will be loaded onto a conference computer, which will be ready for you at the time of your demonstration/performance.
The time limit is 15 minutes for demonstration/performance presentations. You will be contacted with a specific time and location for your demonstration/performance.
Creative Scholarship Showcase
The showcase is open to all artists and designers in the areas of fine art and applied art. The work entered for the showcase should be understood as creative scholarship in the broadest sense.
For additional information regarding showcase entry and display requirements, please click here.
You will be contacted on the time and location to set up your display.
The participant agrees to exhibit all items and/or visual art at his or her own risk. Auburn University and its employees shall have no liability to the participant for any damage to or loss of exhibition items and/or visual art, including any consequential damages. The applicant hereby agrees to waiver, release, and forever discharge Auburn University, its Board of Trustees, Employees, and Agents from any and all such claims.
Last Updated: March 19, 2014