Student Research Conference 2022
The Student Research Conference is a celebration of the many kinds of research Northwestern Polytechnic students do every day, both in and out of the classroom. If you have a completed or have an in-progress project which involves some research (academic paper, technical report, poster, prototype or model, poem, short story, visual or performance art, etc.) that you are proud of this year, consider submitting it to the conference.
Presenters at the Student Research Conference will need to develop a digital poster summarizing their project as well as a recorded 10-minute presentation.
Conference Date: May 14, 2022
Times: 9:00am – 4:00 pm
Submission Deadline: March 18, 2022
Another year of changes and uncertain times. Despite this, the Northwestern Polytechnic community is still focused on diverse and innovative research. Northwestern Polytechnic has a wealth of researchers who pursue academic and applied research to support innovative ideas and techniques in everything from music to power engineering.
Stepping forward into research is all about taking the first steps towards your research career. It is about trying new things, experimenting with methods, and being brave with your work. This conference might be the first time you showcase your work outside of the classroom and we are excited to be a part of that important first step.
The new researchers of Northwestern Polytechnic are what inspired us to make this year’s conference theme “Stepping Forward.” As we move forward with our new designation as a polytechnic, we are excited to see all the ways in which the Northwestern Polytechnic community steps up and steps into more innovative and diverse research. Submit your work to the Student Research Conference and share your first step into research with the Northwestern Polytechnic community.
To submit work to the Student Research Conference...
1. Ask an instructor to support your application. You will need a Northwestern Polytechnic instructor’s support for your submission to be considered.
2. Complete the application form with your personal details.
3. Write a one-page abstract summarizing your research according to the instructions on the application form.
View the linked guide on how to write an abstract or;
Make an appointment with librarian Marissa Rocca for assistance.
4. Submit the complete application form, your abstract, and your full submission as an editable text file to firstname.lastname@example.org