This Semiannual Celebration highlights the breadth and depth of scholarly research and creative activity conducted by Chapman undergraduate and graduate students. Student Research Day is a truly exciting day to learn about, explore and appreciate the efforts that students and faculty have put into a wide variety of research and creative activity projects across campus.
Wednesday, December 7th
Sandhu Conference Center
Student Poster Session
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Lunch and Keynote Speaker
Bush Conference Center - BK 404
Noon - 1:30 pm
(Participants and faculty mentors only, RSVP required)
Nancy Perloff, Ph. D.
Curator, Modern & Contemporary Collections, Getty Research Institute
- Abstract submission deadline – Sunday, November 13th.
- Poster printing available. Poster's must be uploaded to assigned portal by Wednesday, November 30th.
- All participants receive a copy of the Abstract Volume.
- Present your research/creative activity in a poster format to fellow students, faculty, and community members.
- All students presenting and their faculty mentors are invited to attend the lunch and keynote.
- OURCA Poster Design and Presentation Workshop - Learn how to grab the attention of your audience through layout, text, and images. Get tips on how to talk about your project and engage your audience. Monday, November 14th.
- Clearly state the central research question and/or purpose of the project. Provide brief, relevant scholarly or research context that demonstrates how the project makes a contribution to the area of inquiry. Provide a brief description of the research or creative methodology. State expected results and/or conclusions. Include text only (no images or graphics). Be well-written and well-organized.
- Abstracts should run 200-300 words with no paragraph breaks. MAXIMUM LENGTH = 2100 CHARACTERS (APPROXIMATELY 300 WORDS).
- Use plain text format for your abstract. The form will not process some formatting and special characters (e.g., scientific symbols). References are allowed but not required.