Expo

2014 Student Scholarship Expo
April 16th & 17th
Renaissance Coliseum
 

This annual event recognizes and promotes student scholarly activities in research and creative production and celebrates collaboration among faculty and students within and across disciplines.  Each year, nearly 300 undergraduate and graduate students showcase their work at the Expo, competing for the President’s Award, Provost’s Award, and Dean’s Awards. This year both undergraduate and graduate student projects will be showcased at the same event.

CTEL is proud to take part in Bradley's "B Green" efforts by offering student scholarly abstracts in electronic format.  The 2014 Student Scholarly Abstract publication will be continually updated over the duration of the week's activiites with color photos and project highlights.  Be sure to check back for the final version of this year's publication that will be available the week after the conclusion of the event! 

2014 Student Scholarly Abstracts (click here)

Student Presenter Poster Assignments & Judge Times (Click here)

The form above is sorted by Area of Knowledge (ex. Individuals and Societies = IS)  and then by primary contact last name          

 

IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES

Monday, March 31st:  
Deadline to register and submit abstract

Tuesday, April 15th:
3:00 - 7:00 pm / poster set up in Renaissance Coliseum

Wednesday, April 16th: 
9:00 - 11:00 am / poster set up
1:00 - 4:00 pm / Graduate Poster Judging
4:00 pm / Graduate Expo Participant Reception

Thursday, April 17th:
2:00 - 5:00 pm / Public Poster Viewing and Undergraduate Poster Judging
5:00 - 6:00 pm / Expo Reception
6:00 pm / Expo Award Ceremony (Click here to view Award Ceremony schedule)

Students

SPECIAL POSTER PRINTING PRICING INFO! CLICK HERE

To view an example of a poster, click here. In order to learn more about formatting a poster for your presentation, click here.

Click FAQs to learn more about Expo 2014!

Faculty and Judges

Judges:  Electronic evaluation rubric will be available in your email.

Faculty: Click here to learn more about the benefits of having students present at the Expo!