SRCC Entry Requirements SRCC Entry Requirements

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SRCC Entry Requirements

 

All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled for the spring 2020 semester at Eastern New Mexico University are eligible and encouraged to participate in the Student Research and Creativity Conference.  Completed and in-progress work is welcome, as is work that has been or will be presented or performed elsewhere.  Presentations will be grouped by dicipline, as much as possible, for display and judging; groups with fewer than six entries will be consolidated.  All entries that meet the requirements will be accepted.

 

  • All entries must be the original work of the student.  Fine arts performances may use the work of another composer or writer.
  • Students may work together as co-authors or co-creators, but work with a faculty member as co-author or co-creator is not allowed.
  • For group projects, only two students may participate as presenters.  These two students will receive certificates and will share any prize money awarded.  Additional collaborators may be listed and will be recognized in the conference proceedings, but will not participate in the presentation or receive certificates.
  • Students may do up to three presentations - one poster or display and one or two papers or performances, but must submit a separate entry for each presentation.
  • All entries must be approved in advance by the student's instructor or advisor.
  • Students must review the poster/display and paper/performance rules on this website for specific presentation requirements.
  • All entries must be submitted through this website by Friday, February 21, 2020.
  • No late entries will be accepted.
  • Students must submit a separate entry for each presentation.
  • Students are responsible for checking their email for a confirmation notice that their entry was successfully submitted.  No confirmation email means the entry was not received.
  • Two students working together will submit one entry with information about both of them.
  • The entry form must include information about the presenter(s) as well as the title and field of the presentation, a list of collaborators (if any), and a short abstract (paper or poster) or description (performance or display) of the work.
  • No changes can be made to the entry information after the entry deadline.

 

If you have questions about submitting your entry, please contact Gillian Gordon at gillian.gordon@enmu.edu.  


Presentation Categories Presentation Categories

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Presentation Categories

 

  • Paper – An oral presentation on a research paper or project
    • Includes 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions
    • Sessions meet in a Smart classroom with a computer and projector
    • One or two students may present 
    • The paper or project doesn't have to be completed - work in progress can be presented
  • Performance – A live or filmed fine arts performance
    • Includes 10 minutes for the performance and 5 minutes for questions
    • Sessions may meet in a Smart classroom or in a specialized fine arts room
    • Only one or two students may be official presenters, but they may have additional supporting collaborators on stage if needed
    • Examples include vocal, instrumental, dance, or theater performances, performance art pieces, and short films
    • Longer works must be excerpted to fit in the 10-minute period
    • Students who are talking about a fine arts topic without an actual performance (such as researching the use of music therapy) should be in another category
  • Poster – An academic poster about a research or creative project
    • The student stands with their poster during the entire time slot
    • The student talks briefly about their work and answers questions but does not give an extended oral presentation  
    • One or two students may present
    • This category is for large (usually 36" x 48") posters summarizing a research or creative project; publicity-type posters are in the creative work display category
    • No other materials such as handouts, samples, artifacts, or props may be displayed with the poster  
  • Creative Work Display – A display of an actual piece of creative work
    • Examples include a painting, sculpture, drawing, digital image, photograph, publicity poster, or costume 
    • A very short filmed work such as a PSA, news segment, commercial, or interview would also be included in this category (showing on a continuous loop on a tablet or laptop)
    • The student stands with their work during the entire time slot
    • The student talks briefly about their work and answers questions but does not give an extended oral presentation  
    • One or two students may present
    • No other materials such as tools, sketchbooks, drafts, or models may be displayed with the creative work 

 

 


Helpful Links Helpful Links

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Helpful Links

 

Entry Form (deadline:  February 21)

Banquet Reservations (deadline:  March 30)

2019 Conference Proceedings 

2019 List of Award Winners

2019 Presentation Schedule - Posters and Creative Work Displays

2019 Presentation Schedule  - Papers and Performances

2019 Publicity Poster (to share on Blackboard)

2019 Publicity Poster (to share on social media)

Poster Template for Poster Presentations

Scoring Sheet - Poster

Scoring Sheet - Visual Art Display

Scoring Sheet - Paper or Performance

Award Winners for 2018 

Conference Proceedings for 2018

Award Winners for 2017

Conference Proceedings for 2017

SRCC on Facebook

 

(If any of these links aren't working for you, first try using a different browser.  If the problem persists, please contact Gillian Gordon at gillian.gordon@enmu.edu and let her know what you were trying to access.)


Contact Contact

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For More Information

 

David Hemley, Ph.D.
Student Research and Creativity Conference Co-Chair
david.hemley@enmu.edu
575.562.2172

 

Suzanne Swift, Ph.D.
Student Research and Creativity Conference Co-Chair
suzanne.swift@enmu.edu
575.562.2724


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