SRCA Showcase Presenter FAQs

Who can participate?

Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate by making a poster, slideshow, or other presentation about their research projects, artwork, internships or other experiential learning that they wish to share. All student award recipients of the Student Research & Creative Activity Grant Program are required to participate in a SRCA Showcase. Students can participate individually or in groups under the guidance of a faculty or staff advisor.

How does it work?

With input from your faculty or staff advisor, write an abstract (summary) about your project and submit your presentation information and abstract via the SRCA Showcase Sign Up Form. Deadline has been extended to Saturday, March 30!

Decide when you want to present your project – and sign up on the form for at least one presentation slot:

Wed. April 24, 1-5 pm

Thurs. April 25, 9 am-1 pm

Presenters will stand next to their posters/displays in the Morris Conference Center during the scheduled sessions as visitors walk by and ask questions. Note: The Office will cover the cost of printing posters for students who choose to present in person if your final poster file is submitted by the Monday, April 8 deadline to (see poster instructions for details). Note: posters must be no larger than 42"x36" maximum size. If your display requires a computer or you have other presentation needs, you will be able to request these in the SRCA Showcase Sign Up Form.

Additional Information on Creating a SRCA Presentation

Attend a student research poster workshop on either Monday March 25 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or on Thursday April 4 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m at 305 Milne Library.

View guidance on how to create a PDF poster. Samples of SUNY Oneonta SRCA abstracts are available on the SRCA website (links to Past SRCA Programs). The Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) is also a good resource for writing research abstracts and preparing posters.

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