Submit an Abstract for the Environmental Symposium

Students from educational institutions are invited to submit abstracts for oral presentation, posters, or creative works that highlight their projects related to the environment or the natural world.

Accepted submission will be presented/displayed on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA, during an evening symposium. Posters, table displays, and creative works will be displayed during the Networking and Poster Session from 5:30-7 p.m. Oral Presentations will begin at 7 p.m. Presenters will be afforded 10 minutes (followed by a 5 minute question & answer period) to highlight their work, with audio-visuals, to a group of students and professionals interested in environmental issues.

DEADLINE: November 14, 2014
Notifications of acceptance will be made by November 21, 2014

For more information, contact: Helen Boylan
Phone: (724) 946-6293 or Email: boylanhm@westminster.edu

Oral presentation slots are limited and will be chosen on competitive basis.

Complete a submission form for each presentation.

Student Symposium on the Environment is sponsored by Westminster College & Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition


1. Include the following information for each presentation:

Presenter(s):

Educational Institution:

Address:

Address 2:

City/Town:

State:

Zip Code:

Email Address:


2. Name, department, and contact information of adviser with whom you are working on this project:

Adviser(s):

Educational Institution:

Department:

Address:

Building/Room/Suite:

City/Town:

State:

Zip Code:

Email Address:


3. Your topic relates to:

Water Quality
Air Quality
Biology
Environmental Education
Soil Science
Ecosystem Recovery
Art
Literature/Poetry
Sociology
Business
Political Science
Religion
Music
Other (Please specify.)


4. I prefer to present a/an:

Oral Presentation
Poster/Display
Non-Tradtional Format (Please explain.)


5. Indicate below any arrangements/equipment that you may need:

Easel
Poster Board
Table
Other (Please specify.)


6. Title of project:



7. Abstract (100-200 word description of your work):