SOURCE abstract submissions are now open! Students can submit their abstracts by using the following link, 2018 Abstract Submissions
The Symposium for Undergraduate Research & Creative Expression is a St. Edward’s University signature event. Every year SEU hosts SOURCE to give outstanding student researchers, artists, and designers a chance to showcase their most insightful and impressive work. Presentations and posters span the fields studied at St. Edward’s, from Biology to Theater Arts and Psychology to English Writing. During this one-day symposium students present their research and creative works at oral, poster, lightning, and roundtable sessions.
SOURCE Timeline 2018
Monday, January 22: Abstract Submissions Open, https://goo.gl/forms/Lb9SyhN85YMDxGl22
Monday, February 19: Abstract Early Entry Deadline
Monday, February 26: Abstract Final Entry Deadline
Monday, March 19: SOURCE Presenters Announcement
Friday, April 13: SOURCE Event Day
Information for Faculty:
Are you a faculty member who is conducting research projects with students? Do you know a student who has or is currently engaged in research or creative works? Then encourage your mentee to submit an abstract for the 2018 symposium. Faculty mentors should guide their students in selecting the appropriate type of presentations, oral, poster, lightning, or roundtable. Students must have the approval of their faculty mentor before submitting their abstract. Early entry submissions are due Monday, February 19, final abstract deadline Monday, February 26. Students will be informed of the status of their applications by Monday, March 19. If you want a sense of what kinds of projects have been showcased in past years please visit, http://sites.stedwards.edu/source/program/
Have additional questions students and mentors? Please contact co-chairs, Professor Tammie Rubin, M.F.A., firstname.lastname@example.org, or Professor Casie Parish Fisher, Ph.D., email@example.com
Tammie Rubin, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Visual Studies
Ceramics & Sculpture
Casie Parish Fisher, Ph.D.
Chair, Criminal Justice Department
Director, Forensic Science Program