Eligibility & Application
Who can present? Accordion Closed
Currently enrolled NAU undergraduate students (regardless of location or modality) and students who graduated the December before the Symposium are eligible to present their current or recent research, scholarly, or creative activity from any discipline.
Project eligibility Accordion Closed
Projects from all NAU colleges and disciplines are eligible for presentation. Research and creative projects in progress are encouraged, including projects that have not yet led to final results. Presentations of completed projects are equally encouraged. Poster presentations, oral presentations, roundtable discussions, panel discussions, exhibits, and live demonstrations are all acceptable forms of presentation. Students who attend the Flagstaff Mountain campus are expected to present in-person during the assigned time. Only students attending statewide campuses outside of Flagstaff or online students are eligible to present via Skype or recorded presentation. If you are unsure of the eligibility of your project, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students interested in presenting at the Undergraduate Symposium must submit a completed registration form no later than Sunday, March 15 at 11:59 pm. No late registrations will be accepted. A completed registration form includes:
- Basic information on all presenters, including first and last names and NAU emails
- Name and email of faculty mentor
- Presentation type
- College/discipline represented
- Project title
- Project abstract, summary or creative statement. Max 250 words.
- Preferred presentation time
- Special requests (table, electricity, floor space, etc.)
Visit our registration page for more information on the registration process and requirements.