What is an Abstract?
An abstract is a brief overview of your selected type of work. It is typically a condensed version of a longer piece of writing that highlights the major points covered, while concisely describing the content and scope of the work. Your abstract should be approximately 250 words. For more information on how to write an abstract please click here or view this YouTube video for abstract-writing tips.
Abstract Submission Deadline: February 11, 2015 at 11:59 p.m.
Submitting your abstract for approval is very important. Abstract submission means that your abstract will be electronically sent through the web application to your faculty sponsor for review. This step is completed after you have created an account.
In order to submit your abstract for approval please:
1.) Store your abstract
2.) Navigate back to your home page
3.) Click Submit abstract
Until you click the “Submit” button you will not be considered to present at the Undergraduate Research Conference.
Once you submit your abstract:
- Your faculty sponsor will receive an email notification at the email address that you provided when applying.
- Your faculty sponsor will be able to review your abstract and either mark it “approved” or “needs revision. ”
- You have until February 27, 2015 to make any necessary revision and re-submit your abstract to your faculty sponsor. Do not edit your abstract while you are waiting for approval. If you change your abstract after it is sent to your faculty sponsor your abstract will no longer be submitted and you will need to re-submit.
- Your final abstract must be approved by your faculty no later than March 9, 11:59 PM.