Abstract & Creative Works Description Checklist

  • I am an EWU graduate student interested in presenting research or creative works to my community and peers.
  • I have read and followed the guidelines on the abstract & creative works description information page.
  • My abstract or creative works description is approximately 200 words (1100 characters). You do NOT need to include: title, author(s), mentor(s), and department in your abstract or creative works description, as these items will be entered in a seperate field.
  • My abstract or creative works description is appropriate for all audiences.
  • My abstract or creative works description has been spell-checked and proofread.
  • My abstract or creative works description has been read and approved by my faculty mentor.

If you have completed all the items on the above checklist and you are ready to submit your abstract or creative works description, please submit via the link on the Symposium homepage beginning Friday, February 6, 2015.

Please remember: The Graduate Symposium is only open to EWU graduate students. If you are an undergraduate student interested in presenting reserach/creative works, please submit your abstracts to NCUR 2015 (abstracts are due December 2, 2014).

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