|Mentor Award Nominations Open (Due February 11)||November, 16, 2020||Nomination Form|
|Symposium Time Conflict Form Opens (Due March 9)||February 2, 2021|
|Mentor Award Nominations Due||February 11, 2021|
|Symposium Time Conflict Form Due||March 9, 2021|
|SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION OPENS (Due March 16)||March 9, 2021|
|Symposium Registration Closes||March 16, 2021|
|Mentor Symposium Registration Approval Due||March 23, 2021|
|UROP Presentation Submission Open (Due April 12)||March 30,2021|
|Google Slide Presentation Submission Due at NOON||April 12, 2021 by NOON|
|Presentation Pre-Recording Due||April 19, 2021|
|SYMPOSIUM DAY! 10am - 5pm||Apirl 22, 2021|
|Symposium Assignment Due||April 23, 2021|
Students are each required to register for symposium, and submit their abstract through the UROP student portal. Once students have submitted their registration, it will be sent to their mentor for content and presentation approval.
Students will have no more than five minutes to present their research.
The maximum number of students who may co-present together is two for a single presentation. Presentation pairs will have 10 minutes to present their research.
Projects and labs that have more than two students on a project, are not allowed to present in more than groups of two. Research Scholars may not present with first-year UROP students.
Students must submit their presentation in a google slides format. It can be poster-style visualized through a single slide, or a presentation with multiple slides.
Students will have 5 minutes to present their poster, or presentation.
Students are expected to have their camera on while they are presenting, but are welcome to use a zoom background rather than their surrounding environment.
The presentation slides submitted will be compiled into a single presentation for accessibilty and seamlessness.
Students will be taking over the presentation moderator's computer to present their research via the Zoom 'remote control' function.
The Symposium takes place during the Wednesday study day before exams to ensure that students do not have class conflicts on symposium day.
Students will be assigned a two-hour block of time during the symposium day, in which they are required to be in attendance. One hour will be their time to present for 5 minutes, the other hour will be the designated time to attend the symposium as an observer of their peers' projects and complete their symposium assignment.
Students will primarily be scheduled in the same session with other students within the same lab or who have the same mentor.
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