Creative and Investigative Partnerships Symposium Registration (2017)
**Please read the following information very carefully.**
ALL Wingate students are invited to participate in the Creative and Investigative Partnerships Symposium to be held on Wednesday, April 19 and Thursday, April 20, 2017.
The Symposium celebrates the diversity of research and creative activities on campus and provides students from all disciplines the opportunity to present their work to students, faculty, staff, and community and corporate partners.
The registration deadline is Friday, April 7.
Students may share their research, creative works, community engagement experience and/or internship in one the following formats:
Oral Presentation: Present your work to a live audience through a 15 minute oral presentation (including 3 minutes for questions from the audience). Time limit will be strictly enforced by moderator. Presentation rooms will be equipped with a computer and projector.
Artist's Talk/Performance: Give an artist's talk with performance excerpts or present relevant samples of your work to a live audience for a total of 15 minutes (including 3 minutes of questions from the audience). Time limit will be strictly enforced by moderator. Please note specific equipment/instruments needed for your performance on registration form.
Poster presentations: Present your work visually through a wall hanging or easel poster that you explain to visitors in 2-3 minutes and answer their questions. Posters should be no larger than 36" H X 44" W. Presenters will be assigned a specific location for their presentation.
Posters submitted to email@example.com by 3:00 pm on April 13 will be printed for FREE. Presenters who fail to meet this deadline will be required to print the poster at their expense.
Displays of creative works: Present and explain your work through a tabletop display (i.e., framed art, video montages ePortfolio, website on computer, display board). Tables will be provided and specific locations will be assigned. An artist's statement should provide context for the creative work.
Not sure which format will work best? Need a different format to present your work? Contact Ms. Marisa Ciesluk at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
- Student must be currently enrolled at Wingate University.
- Each presenter MUST register for the symposium, even if it is a group project.
- Projects must be completed by a student and sponsored by a faculty mentor.
- All presenters must register for the symposium and submit an abstract by April 7.
All Symposium participants will receive further information in a confirmation letter.
Questions? E-mail Marisa Ciesluk at email@example.com or call at 704.233.8129.