Students may choose whichever method they feel explains their project to its fullest extent. This includes speaking from a poster, conducting a power point presentation or for artistic/creative activities, bringing in actual pieces of the student’s work, i.e. painting, sculptures, models.
Awards will be processed and applied to your student account as a scholarship. Given that all fees, holds, etc. have been paid from your student account, the scholarship will show as a credit. From there a check will be issued and dispersed to you.
Yes – all students are eligible to apply to participate in the Innovation Showcase. If selected, you may choose to travel (at your own expense) to the main campus in Moscow, or contact the Innovation Showcase Coordinator to seek accommodation to conduct your oral presentation via video-conferencing.
Please submit all information to the Innovation Showcase Coordinator via the online student registration form by Friday, March 24, 2017.
If you are applying to compete in the Graduate or Undergraduate Presentation competition, the abstract submitted with your registration is all that is needed for the pre-screening.
A diverse group comprised of faculty, staff and students will conduct the pre-screening process.
Registration deadline: March 24, 2017
Presentation Selection: March 29, 2017
All presentation registrations will be pre-screened by a selection committee and final Innovation Showcase participants will be selected to compete.
Final Innovation Showcase Participant Notification: April 7, 2017
Notification of acceptance to participate in the Innovation Showcase will be emailed to participants. Schedules will be determined at this time as well.
Innovation Showcase: April 13, 2017
Competition to be held throughout the day in the Idaho Commons, Moscow campus. Reception and awards ceremony will be held in the evening.
The Innovation Showcase will be held on April 13, 2017. Competition to be held throughout the day in the Idaho Commons, Moscow campus. Reception and awards ceremony will be held in the evening.
Up to 16 presentations in each category (interdisciplinary, disciplinary, artistic/creative activities) for graduate and undergraduate oral presentations will be selected to participate.
Any completed or on-going research conducted during your course of study at the University of Idaho, including any senior thesis projects.
Faculty and staff comprise the judging panels for the presentation competitions. It is important to note that the judges come from diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise and that your presentation should reflect your ability to share the information with a general audience for full comprehension of your project.