Kalman Research Symposium

Registration with Abstract due by March 4.

Students are invited to present their research at the 19th annual Kalman Research Symposium to be held on Saturday, April 4 from 1:30-3:30pm, in the Academic West building on Bucknell’s campus. Presentations on research, scholarly projects, or original creative work, either completed or ongoing, including Honors theses, may be made in one of two formats: a poster session, in which the student presents a graphic representation of their work (whether digital or physical, e.g. a poster or art work); or, a short (10 minute) oral presentation. Presenters and faculty mentors will be welcomed and appreciated at a reception held during the event.

Students from all disciplines, both undergraduate and graduate, are invited to participate. Students in the Bucknell Program for Undergraduate Research (PUR) and Emerging Scholars Program must participate in the symposium as part of their funding agreement. Students in other research programs, such as McKenna, BIPP, Digital Scholars, Mellon, or off-campus research programs are encouraged to participate as are students doing research in other contexts, including classes.

To register, complete this Google form including an abstract summarizing the research by Wednesday, March 4, https://forms.gle/VPeZDndp5fZq3nF9A . The abstract should be brief and concise, not more than 250 words (words over 250 will be cut), and explain the research question or creative project, the method, and any results. The text should not include graphs, charts, images, or footnoted references. Abstracts of each project will be published in a special symposium program. Symposium questions can be directed to provostbox@bucknell.edu; please consult with your faculty mentor for abstract questions. Additional information regarding specific guidelines for the presentations will be provided after registration.

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