IDEAS Student Research Symposium
What is the IDEAS Student Research Symposium?
A state-wide virtual and multi-location live event showcasing the research, scholarship, and creative works of high school seniors, University of Idaho students, educators and health care professionals.
Who can participate?
High school seniors interested in education or health, and all U of I students who have a research faculty mentor in EHHS or are a current WWAMI student may submit a proposal for potential participation in the event (proposal format below).
- All presentations will be given by a single student presenter, although multiple authors/contributors are allowable.
- Submissions include a project, research or creative work that is focused on a topic within EHHS (education, leadership, exercise, sport, dance, recreation, etc.)
- Multiple students from a larger research project can submit for possible presentations as long as each submission can be a standalone research presentation (i.e. not the same research question).
Where can I see this event?
This is a virtual event. A button to view event and details will be available soon.
When is the event?
The event will occur on March 10 & 11, 2022. For for details, visit our schedule page.
Why would I participate?
Not only do you get the unique opportunity to show your research among your peers to others, but there are awards for top oral and poster presentations and people's choice (only students with an EHHS faculty mentor will be considered for presentation awards).
How much does it cost?
The event is free and open to the public.
How do I participate?
- create a title, a short summary*, and abstract* for your research.
- submit a proposal to participate using our online form.
- proposal will be reviewed by the Graduate Research Policy Committee for presentation selection.
- if accepted, prepare your poster or presentation demonstrating the work, and present them virtually on event day.
Submissions are open between Jan. 10 through Feb. 4. All participants will be notified of acceptance by Feb. 26.
* The Short Summary (Max words — 20)
* The Abstract (Max words — 300)
Required Elements (in order):
- Rationale/Interest to scholarship
- Research Question
- Oral — 10 minutes with 3 minutes for questions
- Posters — 1.5 hour sessions
Questions, comments, or concerns?
Email Ann Brown, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- 7-minute presentations, plus 3-minute Q&A
- Use oral rubric to know how you will be scored.