THE TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
STUDENT RESEARCH COMPETITION
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
MAY 1st and 2nd, 2015
The Twenty‐Ninth Annual California State University Student Research Competition will be held May 1‐2, 2015 at California State University, San Bernardino. This systemwide competition will showcase the excellent research conducted by CSU undergraduate and graduate students in the CSU. Student participants will conduct oral presentations that will be judged by experts from corporations, foundations, public agencies, and colleges and universities in California.
Who May Apply:
Undergraduate or graduate students currently enrolled at any CSU campus as well as alumni/alumnae who received their degrees in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2014 are eligible. The research presented should be appropriate to the student’s discipline and career goals. Proprietary research is excluded. Presentations from all disciplines are invited. There will be separate undergraduate and graduate divisions for each of the following categories (unless a division has four or fewer entrants, in which case undergraduate and graduate divisions may be combined). The ten categories as follows:
• Behavioral and Social Sciences
• Biological and Agricultural Sciences
• Business, Economics, and Public Administration
• Creative Arts and Design (creative projects are welcome—see "Competition Guidelines")
• Engineering and Computer Science
• Health, Nutrition, and Clinical Sciences
• Humanities and Letters
• Physical and Mathematical Sciences
How to Apply:
Student Delegate Form
Please submit your student delegate form along with your project summary to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday March 11, 2015 5:00 p.m. Group presentations are allowed. All of the presentations are oral presentations. Poster presentations are not allowed.
• The summary must include the name(s) of the student(s) and the title of the presentation. This can be a cover page.
• The narrative may not exceed five doubled-spaced pages. Use fonts and margins that ensure legibility.
• Appendices (bibliography, graphs, photographs, or other supplementary materials) may not exceed three pages.
• Research that has human or animal subjects involvement must have appropriate institutional review.
• It is expected that the student will not make an oral presentation by simply reading directly from this summary.
You will need to also submit an abstract to the Central California Research Symposium by March 16, 2015 11:59 p.m. http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/grants/programs/students/symposium.html
For any questions, please contact Maral Kismetian at (559) 278-0856 or email@example.com.