The Keys to the World Showcase and 15th Annual Research and Creativity Symposium is canceled for this semester due to the cancellation of all events on campus. Students who were presenting as part of the Keys to the World or BOLD grant agreement or OSRI UREF or OSRI Travel grant recipients, please note that the presentation requirement has been waived and you will not be required to fulfill this portion of the agreement.
Have questions about your presentation and/or the application process? Attend one (or both) of our workshops for Keys to the World Showcase presenters. You don't have to stay for the entire workshop - come and go as your schedule allows. If these times don't work with your schedule, contact Allie Michael (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
Thursday, March 5, 1:00-3:00pm, UC 308
Thursday, March 19, 1:00-2:00pm, UC 308 - Canceled
Join us for the Fall Keys to the World Showcase! Students who have participated in high impact practices at APSU over the last year are encouraged to apply to present below. All applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of any edits that are required. Spaces are limited, so apply today! For additional information about the event, requirements, and application process, please visit the FAQ page or contact Allie Michael at email@example.com or (931) 221-6761.
Posters for Poster Presentations will be printed free of charge to students participating in the Showcase as long as they are emailed to Allie Michael (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, April 8 at 4:30pm. Posters must be in the format of the poster templates provided on the FAQ page - no trifold or hand-made posters will be allowed. Information for poster presentations, including templates, can be found here.
Please note that every effort will be made to schedule you for your preferred presentation time.
ABSTRACT GUIDELINES - PLEASE READ BEFORE COMPLETING APPLICATION:
Abstracts will be included in the event program, so it is essential that they are written in a consistent and professional manner. Follow these guidelines when writing your abstract:
- 3rd person narration required - avoid using 1st person language such as "I" or "we"
- Length should be 100-150 words
- Briefly explain the project, results, and presentation format. For study abroad and service-learning projects, you should describe the course and what was studied, as well as conclusions that were made. Briefly describe your presentation. For example: This poster presentation will cover the sustainability efforts studied in Costa Rica and their implications in the United States.