Undergraduate students who wish to present
their faculty-mentored research or scholarly/creative activity
at SCCUR must complete the Presentation & Abstract
Submission Form. Completion of this form is due no later
than Monday, October 13, 2003.
Here is outline of the information
requested on the form:
- On the form, submitters will indicate the number of student presenters and
the number of faculty mentors associated with their particular
project and presentation. Submitters will also be asked to
provide information on themselves, their mentor(s), and other
undergraduate presenters, if applicable. This includes identifying
whether presenters and faculty mentors are high school students
or mentors, community college students or mentors, four-year
college or university students or mentors, or UC Irvine students
or mentors. Please note that in the case of group
presentations, only one submission per project is needed.
student presenters will be asked to upload/attach an electronic
version of their project’s abstract.
They will also be asked to indicate whether their faculty
mentor(s) have reviewed and approved the abstract. In
the heading of the abstract, please include any additional
undergraduate co-authors who are not presenting at SCCUR.
For more details
on how to prepare an abstract, please review the Abstract
will then be asked about the details of their presentation,
including the title of the project/presentation,
whether it’s an oral or poster presentation, the
area of research for the project, and the equipment needed
A confirmation via e-mail will be sent to the student presenter(s)
and faculty mentor(s) once the submission has been received.
This confirmation will include a code that allows them to access
and update the submission. The e-mail will also include a Website
link with the code already embedded so they can easily access
the submission. All edits will need to be completed by the
deadline for submission, which is Monday, October 13,
To begin your submission process, click here for
Presentation & Abstract