If you have interesting research, please consider applying to present at the conference. If nothing else, drop Dr. Barnwell a line saying that you will be submitting an application (email@example.com).
This is a terrific item to place on your resume, whether or not you are headed to graduate school. It’s an opportunity to bask in the appreciation of faculty and peers, and to show off your stuff. And it’s an opportunity to experience a professional event that will give you confidence and preparation for future opportunities.
Any undergraduate student conducting research at Niagara University. A faculty member must sponsor the student. Projects may include all forms of scholarly endeavors; such as, experiments, correlation studies, historical papers, case histories, literary or cultural research, evaluative studies, applied research and review papers.
There are two ways to present your material: oral presentation (12-15 minutes, followed by Q &A); or poster presentation (with individuals presenting available for discussion in the exhibit area).
For more information, see the application form here.