SOURCE: Entry Submission

Opportunity for Undergraduate and Graduate Student Presentation and Publication

Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

Friday, April 17, 2015
10 A.M. - 4 P.M.

This annual event provides both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to exchange ideas and develop both professionally and personally.  SOURCE is a forum for undergraduate and graduate students from all campuses to present academic research projects and creative work in the arts, humanities, engineering, architecture, science and medicine to the NYIT community. Student presenters who attend the event receive a certificate of recognition.  Complimentary meals and transportation are provided to all attendees.

The research/creative expression presentations can be presented in panel sessions or be done as a poster, model or artistic display.  Slides, photographs, and videos of original art may also be submitted. Summaries for the event will be published in the Symposium Proceedings and Program. A select few projects will be included in the publication of the Journal of Research and Creative Expression.

The deadline for submissions is March 27, 2015.

For questions and comments please contact:

Ms. Paula Harran
NYIT, Balding House, Room 202
Northern Blvd.
Old Westbury, NY 11568-8000
pharran@nyit.edu
516.686.7700


First Name:  
Last Name:  
Email:  
Student ID#:  
Phone Number:  
Campus:  
     
Is this a group presentation?   Yes
No
For group projects, please submit the names of additional partners:
(Names will be used in presented certificates. No more than five total.)
 



     
Faculty Mentor's Name:  
Faculty Mentor's Department:  
Faculty Mentor's Campus:  
     
Project Name:  
     
Type of Session:  
Oral
Poster/Display
Performance Other
   
Oral Presentation- can be applied to any research paper to discuss its outcome, or describe a series of art with image examples in a slide show. Other types of work still apply. See the contact information below for further questions.
Poster/Display- can be applied to any art, models or other work that can stand on its own with descriptive text. Other types of work still apply. See the contact information below for further questions.
Performance- can be applied to any dramatized work either written by a student, or in the way in which it is preformed. Other types of work still apply. See the contact information below for further questions.
Other- Please explain:
     
Project Summary:
(Maximum 500 words)
 

For those studies that involve human subjects, approval or exemption by NYIT's Institutional Review Board is required.

  I/We have received IRB approval or an IRB exemption.
     
Please list your name as you would like it to appear on your source certificate:  
     
Will you be presenting in person?   Yes
No
     
     
Will you be attending the event?   Yes
No