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When will the 24th Annual Denman Research Forum be held?

The 24th Annual Denman Forum will be held on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 12:00-5:00 pm
 

Where will the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum be held?

Note: the location for the Denman has changed. The 24th Annual Denman Forum will be held in Pomerene Hall, room 300. 
 

What is the timeline for the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum?



 

Please note that the deadline date for applications was December 5, 2018 at 5:00pm.

The application for the 2019 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum has closed.

Who is eligible to participate in the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum?

Participation in the 24th Annual Denman Forum is limited to 200 students graduating in 2019 (spring, summer, autumn).  Submissions from students enrolled at any OSU campus and discipline are welcome. 

What presentation format will be in place for the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum?

All research/creative projects will be presented in poster format.

Can students submit a group project?

Group project submissions are welcome.  However, the student submitting the application must be graduating in 2019 (spring, summer, autumn).  All research/creative project authors must be identified and listed (see Section IV).

What is the submission process for the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum?

The application consists of the following sections:

Section I:         Student's Background and Contact Information

Section II:       Research Mentor's Background and Contact Information

Section III:      Research/Creative Project Title, Abstract and Keywords

Section IV:      Research/Creative Project Author List

Section V:       YouTube Video Labeling and Upload

Section VI:      OSU Advising Report Upload (used to verify 2019 graduation)

Section VII:    Student's Electronic Signature

The application for the 2019 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum has closed.

What are the abstract formatting requirements?

Abstracts (see Section III) must be ≤350 words.  Abstracts must include the following sections:

  • Introduction/Background
  • Methods
  • Results*
  • Conclusions

*Clearly reported findings/results must be reported in the abstract.  Do not state that results are "pending." Please note that a part of the judging criteria at the Denman Forum is that you report these results to your judge.

What information needs to be described in the YouTube video?

Students must create and upload a ≤2-minute* YouTube video set to public view (see Section V).  Videos must include the following information:

  • introduction (tell us who you are)
  • provide an overview of your project
  • describe why you would like to participate in the 24th Annual Denman Forum

*Videos must not exceed the ≤2-minute time limit (see evaluation process below).

A sample Denman Forum video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZC9eSwSUuso

What is the process for labeling and uploading your YouTube video?

General information about YouTube video creation and upload is available here:https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/57407?hl=en

Label and upload your Denman Forum YouTube video as follows:

 

How will submissions be evaluated for the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum?

The Denman Forum Advisory Committee will review submissions to confirm that all criteria below are met:

  • application is complete (Sections I-VII)
  • student submitting the application is graduating in 2019 (spring, summer, autumn)
  • YouTube video is ≤2-minutes in length
  • results/findings are clearly described in the abstract

Applications not meeting all of the above criteria will be rejected.  In the event that there are many more qualified applicants than presentation slots, the Denman Forum Advisory Committee will use application submittal time as the final deciding factor.