Student Research Conference
About the SRCC
About the Student Research and Creativity Conference
The 2021 Student Research and Creativity Conference has a new look this year. Presentations will occur in various methods to comply with COVID-19 health safety protocols. View the links below for schedules.
Why should students participate in this conference?
♦ Students will be able to compare their work to that of other students on campus.
♦ Students will get valuable presentation experience. This presentation can serve as a dress rehearsal for other presentations the student will give in class, at a professional conference, or on the job.
♦ Students will get feedback on their work and their presentation.
♦ Participation makes a good entry on the student's resume or CV which will be seen by graduate schools, funding agencies, scholarship committees, and potential employers.
♦ This is a relatively small event with a friendly audience, so it's a good place to practice for students who are uncomfortable doing public presentations.
♦ Conference participation is free, unlike participation at many professional conferences.
♦ Students will be invited to the free banquet the evening of the conference.
♦ Cash prizes will be awarded.
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