University Academic Symposium
June 8, 2018
- Project advisers select students (graduate and undergraduate) and then are approved by the Chair/Dean of each department/school on campus.
- The student and advisor fill out the proposal application indicating the outline of the project and submit to the UAS committee chair by the deadline noted on proposal form. Note the options for a poster presentation, showcase, performance.
- The committee analyzes the various submissions for acceptance in the symposium. Once analysis is complete the UAS chair emails the project advisor and the applicant an acceptance letter.
Students may submit partially complete projects at application deadline. Students are to fill out the application according to the knowledge at hand. If the project is adapted in the process, student should be prepared to include that information in the presentation and why the adaption was necessary. A summary of the project is required for application and indication of planning.
Once applicants are accepted at least one date and time will be established for students to be given information regarding presentation expectations, options, and a basic review of proper presentation preparation. Faculty will be available for any questions students may encounter prior to the event. Students are expected to meet one hour prior to the symposium for technical set up and to have any final questions answered.
Oral presentation format:
Three-four hours are scheduled with 50 minutes for each panel of presenters. Various panels will be presenting simultaneously. Each panel is anticipated to have three students each. A faculty member will serve as moderator for each panel. Each student will have approximately ten minutes to present and five minutes for questions.
Poster Presentation format:
There will be various locations around campus where students will display their posters and be prepared to explain and answer any questions about their projects.
Performance and Showcase format:
Key locations will be set aside for projects expressed in performances and artistic display.
The Undergraduate Academic Symposium (UAS) is intended to highlight excellence in thought and beauty in expression at WWU through presentation and display of selected scholarship from across the curriculum. This half-day symposium will allow students to engage in multimedia, visual, oral and poster presentations.
In the tradition of the mission of WWU, UAS is designed to display student work across the WWU campus; increase awareness of the unique work created by various disciplines on campus; give students experience in presenting their work in a professional forum; and highlight our WWU students and departments. All of these aspects are intentionally designed to further the core of our mission statement.
|FAC||LIBRARY||ADMN 116||ADMN 117||CHOIR RM.|
|2pm||CREATION||CHALLENGE & CONFLICT||CHANGE OR DEVELOPMENT||DESIGN||SUITE SPOT|
|Folu Oyefesu & Paola Gonzalez||Sophia Rich||Abigail Wissink||Ashley Norman & Braden Stanyer||Lindsay Armstrong|
|Aidan Hinshaw||Amelia Pekar||Mackenzie Ford||Kyle Elssman||Talea Shupe|
|Sarah Anderson||Mindy Kivett||Brian Flegel|
|Chair: Doug Logan||Chair: Terri Aamodt||Chair: David Crawford||Chair: Kraig Scott|
|3pm||IDEAL||DESIRE & SATISFACTION||STRESS & CHANGE||GROWTH & ACTIVITY||POPULATION|
|Miranda Morris||Madison Reeves||Sam Brown||Kaitlyn Johnston||Judelle Johnson|
|Maureen Hayden||Sierra Lepaine||Monica Culler||Leah Dawn||Ivory Vogt|
|Tyler H||Kiri Fischer & Trisha Razzonlini||Kelia Cooke||Paola Gonzalez & Aleece Cazan||Faith Hunnicutt|
|Chair: Doug Logan||Chair: Christy Scott||Chair: David Lindsey||Chair: Janice McKenzie||Chair: Joel Libby|
|4pm||MUSIC/VIDEO||INDIGENOUS PEOPLE||ORDER & CHAOS||PROTECTION|
|Tommy Moen||Daniella Silva||McKenzie Cosaert||Julio Munoz|
|Ruth Martinez||Stephanie Septembre||Gabrielle Warren||Jon Lindsey|
|Chair: Joel Libby||Chair: Terri Aamodt||Chair: Janice McKenzie|