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Research & Service Leadership Symposium

Symposium Application

Application Deadline:
Friday, March 16, 2018

NOTE FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS: Projects must be completed by the date of the symposium, Thursday, May 17, 2018.

  • Projects not fully completed at the time of the application deadline WILL still be accepted.
  • If your project is not fully completed at the time of the application deadline, explain what you predict your results or outcome will be.

NOTE FOR SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROJECTS: Service leadership projects that are not completed by the date of the symposium WILL be accepted. For example, if the project will happen during the summer after spring quarter you can still apply to present.

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  • Describe the purpose and general content of your research study or service leadership project.
  • Provide background information on your project.
  • If it is a research study: State your research question and briefly describe the methodology, results and conclusions of your study. Explain the implications of your study. Why is it interesting? Why should people care?
  • If it is a service leadership, community engagement, or environmental justice project: Provide a detailed description of what you did or will do and how it had or will have an impact. Explain the rational for the project and why people should care about it.

explaining how your project contributes something valuable to society, to environmental or social justice, to a body of scholarship, or to a community of people. Explain how your project contributes to the greater good and how people can benefit from it.


(Research projects only. Service leadership, community engagement and environmental justice projects are not required to provide references.)

  • If you conducted a research project, provide a minimum of 3 references which most informed the research.
  • These references should be credible sources from respected scholarship within the discipline of your research project.

4. Identify the primary format of your presentation. Students can present their projects as either a poster or as a 10 minute talk. See more information about each format.

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  •   (Owl Talks are in the format of TED talks)
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5. Identify the preferred time of your presentation. Keep in mind the symposium is on a Thursday.




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Questions?Please contact me!

Ben Stefonik, R&SL Symposium Coordinator

stefonikbenjamin@fhda.edu

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