SRyou Student Exposition

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

SRyou Student Exposition showcases students' work and experiences. The day offers an opportunity for all undergraduate students to share curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular involvements with their peers, faculty, staff and community members.

Students who participate in SRyou benefit by:

  • Showcasing their academic, artistic and altruistic endeavors.
  • Developing professional presentation skills.
  • Enhancing their resumes.
  • Discovering the scope and diversity of the achievements of their peers.

All members of the immediate and extended University community, along with community partners, are encouraged to attend SRyou Student Exposition.

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Proposals

Proposals will be accepted through Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. There will be no deadline extensions.

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Presentation Formats

Poster board: A graphic poster presentation of your work and/or research displayed on a board. Presenters will be provided with one side of a display board and tacks.

Table display: A visual presentation of your work and/or research that is displayed on a table - trifold posters, laptop presentations, collages, visual and hands on showcases, etc. Presenters will be provided with a six-foot table, two chairs and a tablecloth. Group presentations may work with the SRyou planning board to add chairs if necessary.

Performance art: A musical, dance, or theatrical performance. Performers will be provided with an auditorium or performance-style room. Performers will work closely with the task group from the SRyou planning board to organize performance schedules and equipment.

Presentation (15 minutes): A presentation of your work and/or research to an audience. Presentations will take place in a classroom-style location. Presenters will have access to the teacher stations, which include a computer, laptop connectivity, WiFi, screen, sound and a DVD player.

Workshop or training session (25 minutes): An interactive workshop or training session with participants. Workshops and training sessions will take place in a classroom-style location. Presenters will have access to the teacher stations, which include a computer, laptop connectivity, WiFi, screen, sound and a DVD player.

Display case (visual art): A display of visual art. Presenters using display cases will utilize the Antone Academic Center.