UAB EXPO: An Exposition of Undergraduate Scholarship 2013
The 6th Annual UAB EXPO showcases the research and creative scholarly work produced by undergraduates in UAB programs ranging in science and technology to art and film-making. The Expo also provides a forum for students, faculty, and the UAB community to discuss cutting edge research and creative topics and to examine the connection between research, education, creative activities, and experiential learning. The Expo includes poster and oral presentation sessions by students from all academic disciplines and departments across the UAB campus.
All UAB undergraduates involved in research and creative activities are encouraged to apply and those not yet involved in research will discover that attending the Expo is a great way to learn about the broad range of opportunities available at UAB. In 2012, nearly 200 undergraduates participated in the Expo, with more than 350 people attending.
The 2013 Poster and Oral Presentation Sessions will be held on the morning of Friday, April 26 from 8-12pm at the Campus Recreation Center
Deadline for applications has been extended until March 21st at 5pm. - Students must submit theirs abstracts at the link below.
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Expo Final Oral and Poster Presentation Submissions
Due April 24 - Students must submit their oral and poster presentations (in ppt format). The submitted powerpoint is what will be used on the day of your presentation and saved to the Expo archives. Film presentations can be submitted on a DVD or a Flash Drive to Heritage Hall 527.
EXPO Schedule of Events
Cynthia Ryan, Ph.D.
Cynthia Ryan, Ph.D., associate professor of English at UAB, teaches courses including scientific communication, magazine writing, writing and medicine, and engineering communication. Her research focuses on medical rhetoric, specifically the ways in which values and guidelines for healthy living are communicated to public audiences.
"The Way You Say the Things You Do": Research, Community, and Conversation in the 21st Century
Researchers from across the disciplines recognize the awesome responsibility they have to acknowledge and advance ideas in their chosen fields. How, though, do 21st Century communication technologies and conventions influence our ability to "say the things we do" to the right audiences through the best channels at the most appropriate times? Perspectives on this pertinent question will be the focus of the 2013 EXPO Keynote speaker.
Event Times Location
Registration 6:45-7:45 Campus Rec
Poster Judging 8:00-10:45 Campus Rec
Session 1 8:00-9:15 Campus Rec
Session 2 9:30-10:45 Campus Rec
Oral Judging 8-10:45 Campus Rec
Oral Presentations 8-10:45 Campus Rec
Keynote Speaker 11:00-11:45 Heritage Hall 102
Awards Ceremony 11:45-12:30 Heritage Hall 102
All posters should be 48" x 36" however the maximum size allowed is 60" x 40". The students and/or their Department will be responsible for the printing of the posters.
Students must submit digital copies of their posters to the office of undergraduate research by April 24th.
All oral and film presentations are alloted 15 minutes. This includes 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions.
Projectors and Windows based computers will be available in all Oral/Film Presentation rooms.
Students must submit digital copies of their oral or film presentations to the office of undergraduate research by April 24th.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place will be awarded in each submission category. If you are a faculty member, graduate student, or postdoc and are interested in being a judge, click here
Guidelines for Presentations
Februray 25 - Title and Application submissions Open.
March 16 - Applications and Titles Deadline at 5pm
April 4/5th - Poster and Oral Presenation Workshops
April 5 - Abstracts Deadline at 5pm
April 20 - Practice Help Session for Oral and Poster Presentations (Student Led)
April 24 - Students must submit their oral and poster presentations (in ppt format). This submitted powerpoint is what will be used on the day of your presentation and saved to the Expo archives. Film presentations can be submitted on a DVD or a Flash Drive.
April 26 - UAB EXPO!
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Thank you again for your time and participation!