Eligibility: Students completing a Capstone Research Project. A few possible examples of eligible scholarly works include: qualitative or quantitative research projects textual analysis case studyhistorical interpretations analytical papers interpretation of a piece of literature/literacy criticism interpretation of a performance, piece of music or artwork
Presentation Format:Each panel will have three presenters. The individual presentations will be 10-15 minutes in length with approximately 15 minutes for questions after all three presenters have finished their talks. Visual aids – e.g. PowerPoints or Prezis – are encouraged but not required.
Applying: To present at the Fifth annual Student Research Symposium, students will complete the Presenter Application Form. Application deadline: Friday, March 12, 2021 Presenter Application format: Objective or Purpose of the research and inquiry. Perspective(s), methodologies, or theoretical framework used in the research and inquiry. Anticipated findings results and/or substantiated conclusions or warrants for arguments/point of view. Anticipated scientific or scholarly, and/or artistic significance of the study or work.
Review of applications: In late March, the applications will be reviewed to determine the composition of the student panels and a schedule will be sent out to students and faculty in early April.
What is your To Do List to finish off this work? Top 2 priorities? Let's check in with Pear Deck and then make sure people have it in their calendar. I'll show you my Outlook calendar to see what I mean.
START READING CLOSELY for the Midterm/Simulation = Roobeek, A. J. M., Swart, J. de, & Van der Plas, R. (2018). Responsible business : making strategic decisions to benefit people, the planet and profits. Kogan Page. Available as an e-book from the CapU Library
Study for the next class meeting (Unit 6) where it will be the In-Class Team Midterm -- Responsible Business Simulator (20%)