Interested students submit proposals by Feb 28, 2020.
Proposals are reviewed by the CRD committee.
Authors of successful proposals will be contacted in late March to submit a working draft of their paper.
These papers will be judged by a panel. The top four papers in each of three areas (humanities, sciences, social sciences, very loosely defined) will be selected to compete on Campus Research Day.
All presentations happen on Campus Research Day, April 16, 2020. Competitors will present their papers at 8:00. All others will be presenting throughout the day.
Winners of the discipline-level competition and poster session will present their work a second time at the dean’s luncheon at 12:00 noon.
$100 goes to the poster session winner. $675 goes to each of the three discipline-level winners. The poster presentation winner must display poster and the oral presentation winners must present for the dean's luncheon in order to receive prize money.