View an overview of presentation formats and requirements for the Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity. If you’re unsure which presentation type to choose, please consult your faculty mentor.
Posters are the most common presentation type, and most students in math and natural sciences, social sciences, nursing and similar disciplines choose this form of presentation. If you plan to present a poster, please see for deadlines, contact information, a poster template, requirements and design tips. Posters are set up in the morning and remain on display for viewing during the duration of the day. You or a member of your group must be present from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Visual Art (painting, sculpture, etc.), will be displayed in the Reeve Union Ballroom. The visual art must remain on display for viewing during the duration of the day. You or a member of your group must be present from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visual art presenters should indicate any display needs on the submission form. In addition, visual art presenters are strongly encouraged to provide their own small table tent that includes their name and the artwork title. Consider providing a handout that describes the creative process.
Oral presentations are another common presentation type, often chosen by humanities students and those in similar fields. Oral presenters will be assigned a room in Reeve Memorial Union. Please allow 15 minutes (maximum) for the presentation, including Q & A. Each room will be set up with a head table, tabletop podium and audience seating. Rooms will be equipped with a Windows® laptop and a projection screen for PowerPoint® presentations. All PowerPoint® presentations need to be saved on a USB drive. Contact us if you have special equipment needs. On the submission form, indicate which of the two time blocks available that you prefer to give your presentation, although we cannot guarantee your preferred time. Invite your faculty mentor.
If you will be presenting performing arts (film, dance, music, drama, etc.), you may choose a performance presentation. List the presentation type and special needs on the submission form so we can assign an appropriate location and help locate necessary equipment. Please allow 15 minutes (maximum) for performance presentations, including Q & A. Presentation methods are at the discretion of the presenter(s). On the submission form, indicate which of the two time blocks available that you prefer to give your presentation, although we cannot guarantee your preferred time. Invite your faculty mentor.
If you have other scholarly or creative work that does not fit into the above presentation types, please contact us.