Clarke Student Academic Conference Application

It’s true – academic work can be exciting. And, each year when Clarke students share their learning, the results are anything but boring. So showcase your best performances, projects, papers, and research that you've completed over the course of the academic year at this year's conference. It's a great opportunity for all students and could make a great résumé piece!

This year’s conference is scheduled for April 11. Submissions are due by March 18 and presenters will receive notification of presentation times and location by April 1.

To apply for the 2016 Clarke Student Academic Conference, please fill out and submit the form below.
Submitting Student: 
(Students presenting in groups should only submit one application):
Submitting Author's Email:  
Collaborator's Names (if relevant):  
Academic Area of Project:  
Faculty Sponsor:  
Faculty's Email:  

Type of work: (Please Check One)

  1. (10-minute presentation/5-minute question period.)

  1. (20-minute presentation/5-minute question period.)

  1. (Student must be present for one hour between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.)

  1. (Student must be present for one hour between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.)

  1. (20-minute panel/5-minute question period.)

Oral presenters, panelists, and performers
Three best times for me to present or perform: 
(Identify one-hour blocks between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.)



(**We cannot guarantee you will get your first choice, but will do our best to accommodate you)  


In the space below, please provide an abstract that describes your project in 300 words or less.


Additional Equipment Requested:
(**Computers and projectors will be supplied. Additional equipment requests will be filled as long as equipment is available on campus)  

Please read the statements and check the boxes prior to pressing the submission button.

  I met with my faculty sponsor to review my abstract and we agree this is the final version for print.

  My sponsor and I met and we agree this project meets the expectations of projects that should be submitted to the Clarke Student Academic Conference.

By pressing the submit button, I am affirming that the work presented is my own original work and that I have met with my faculty sponsor about the project and the abstract. I am also affirming that I will be available at the assigned time and will support my Clarke colleagues by attending the conference when I am not in class.


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