Request for Proposals (RFP) 2021: Medaille College Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Day

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Request for Proposals (RFP) 2021: Medaille College Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Day

Request for Proposals (RFP) 2021:

Medaille College Student Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day

Virtual Symposium

On Friday, April 30, 2021, Medaille College will host our fourth annual Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Day.

All Medaille College students are invited to participate in this special virtual Symposium, powered by Blackboard Collaborate. There are a variety of ways you can share your research, scholarship, or creative work:

 

  1. Oral Presentation: You may present your work virtually through a live 15-minute oral presentation. You will present live to a group of individuals via Blackboard Collaborate session. A host will moderate each session. Each session will have multiple presenters from similar disciplines or presentation themes.
  2. Artist's Talk/Performance: You may present your work virtually though a live 15-minute artist's talk with excerpts of a performance or relevant samples of your work.  You will present live to a group of individuals via Blackboard Collaborate session. A host will moderate each session. Each session will have multiple presenters from similar disciplines or presentation themes.
  3. Display of Creative Work: You may showcase your creative work by providing a visual and brief description. The creative work will be represented virtually via  montage on the Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Day webpage.

 

All students who participate will receive a certificate of participation for taking part in the fourth annual Medaille College Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Day.
 
All students interested in participating, please complete the information below by March 21, 2021.

Part 1 - Student Information
Part 2 - Faculty/Staff Mentor Information

All research/work presented at the Symposium should be mentored by a faculty or staff member. Please talk to your mentor about your plans before filling out this form.

Part 3 - Project Information

The information you submit in this section will be directly copied and pasted into the program booklet that we will hand out on the day of the Symposium. Please consult your faculty mentor to be sure your project title and description are appropriate.

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