ETSU Boland Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Boland Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held as a virtual event on Friday March 26, 2021. Presentations and performances will take place in Zoom. It is open to all undergraduate students who wish to give an oral presentation of their scholarly activity and will include an opportunity to discuss and receive feedback and ideas from others.
If you are not presenting at the Boland but would like to attend, please contact Megan Gainer, Graduate Assistant, [email@example.com] for a copy of the presentation schedule.
Dedicated to the memory of former faculty member Dr. Jay Boland, the Symposium showcases and celebrates scholarly achievement by ETSU undergraduate students.
- The Symposium includes oral presentations in various discipline-themed sessions.
We are working on a strategy to support performance artists (music; reading; theater) as well as visual artists to display their work in Zoom.
By participating in this event, students will be able to exchange ideas with peers and gather valuable feedback.
Register to give an oral presentation for the Boland Undergraduate Research Symposium using the dynamic form below – be aware that it will time out in 45 minutes.
SENIOR HONORS THESIS:
If you plan to fulfill your presentation requirement for your Senior Honors Thesis in the Boland Symposium, you must indicate that option in your submission. Be aware that your Thesis Supervisor and (some of) your Thesis Readers will be required to attend your presentation. CONSULT WITH YOUR RESEARCH SUPERVISOR FIRST.
DURATION OF TALKS:
- Regular talks are 10 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for questions.
- Thesis talks are 20 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for questions.
REGISTER FOR SYMPOSIUM:
- There is no cost for students to participate in the Research Symposium.
- To register, complete the Submission Form by following the link below.
Registration to present at the 2021 Boland Symposium is now closed.