2022 Research Colloquium save the date: 4/13/22

Welcome to the 2021 Virtual Research Colloquium!


Click this link to view the virtual presentations. 

https://pittstate.instructure.com/courses/1096310


2021 Virtual Research Colloquium


The Goal of the PSU Research Colloquium is to increase awareness and celebrate research activities happening on our campus by showcasing the works of our graduate, undergraduate, and high school students. Listed below, you will find details regarding the Research Colloquium and a breakdown of the expectations for each category.

Important Dates:

  • Abstract submission due date: 3/10/21

  • Video submission due date: 4/7/21

  • Virtual Colloquium Date: 4/14/21

Submit Abstract Here

If you have any questions contact Brian Sims at bsims@pittstate.edu 


Research Colloquium Information
  • Guidelines
  • Requirements
  • Abstract/Summary Guidelines
  • Judging
  • Abstracts
The Colloquium is open to all PSU graduate and undergraduate students. Student research may include presentations by students who have worked on a faculty research project, a research project as part of a class, or an independent project. Categories for proposals include: Category A (primarily Sciences and Technology); Category B (primarily Business, Education, and Humanities); Category C (Creative Works); and Category D (Topical Literature Review).

Click here to submit an abstract for the 2021 Virtual Colloquium 

  • Submit the abstract registration form by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday March 10th, 2021 at the link below. 
  • Abstracts will be submitted at the time of registration.
  • Virtual Presentations: All Presentations for the 2021 Colloquium will be virtual. Presentations must be created using Studio. Presentations must be 3-5 minutes long. Additional Information about video requirements will be provided after the abstract submission deadline. (Resources will be provided to assist students in their video creation).
  • The Research Colloquium Committee reserves the right to change the category of research projects.
  • Awards

    • There will be awards for each category for graduate and undergraduate students.
    • One award will be given for every five entries in each subcategory.
    • Award recipients will be recognized on the PSU website.

All projects require an Abstract/Summary. The Abstract/Summary should be one paragraph, 250 words or less in 11 point Times New Roman font, single spaced with one inch margins. The Abstract/Summary should contain the following:

  1. Introduction
  2. Purpose
  3. Materials/Methods
  4. Results/Conclusions

The Abstract/Summary will be provided to the judges prior to oral presentations and poster viewings.

Presentations will be displayed virtually on a digital platform to be announced at a later date.

Enjoy our collection of PSU Research Colloquium abstract books we have put together over the years showcasing our students research. 

2019 PSU Research Colloquium Abstract Book

2018 PSU Research Colloquium Abstract Book

2017 PSU Research Colloquium Abstract Book

2016 PSU Research Colloquium Abstract Book

2015 PSU Research Colloquium Abstract Book

 

  • Category A: primarily Sciences and Technology
  • Category B: primarily Business, Education, and Humanities
  • Category C: Creative Works
  • Category D: Topical Literature Review

Virtual presentations should be no longer than 5 minutes and should further explain information from the Abstract/Summary and will be judged on:

  1. Introduction clearly stated the purpose of the study
  2. Sequence of information can be easily followed
  3. Sufficient evidence and critical thinking were given to support arguments
  4. The presenter spoke clearly and developed audience rapport
  5. Conclusions were drawn appropriately

 

All virtual presentations must be created using Studio. Information about video requirements will be provided after the abstract submission deadline. Resources will be provided to assist students in their video creation.

Virtual presentations should be no longer than 5 minutes and should further explain information from the Abstract/Summary and will be judged on:

  1. Introduction clearly stated the purpose of the study
  2. Sequence of information can be easily followed
  3. Sufficient evidence and critical thinking were given to support arguments
  4. The presenter spoke clearly and developed audience rapport
  5. Conclusions were drawn appropriately

 

All virtual presentations must be created using Studio. Information about video requirements will be provided after the abstract submission deadline. Resources will be provided to assist students in their video creation.

Virtual presentations should be no longer than 5 minutes and should further explain information from the Abstract/Summary and will be judged on:

  1. Introduction clearly stated the purpose of the study
  2. Sequence of information can be easily followed
  3. Sufficient evidence and critical thinking were given to support arguments
  4. The presenter spoke clearly and developed audience rapport
  5. Conclusions were drawn appropriately

 

All virtual presentations must be created using Studio. Information about video requirements will be provided after the abstract submission deadline. Resources will be provided to assist students in their video creation.

Virtual presentations should be no longer than 5 minutes and should further explain information from the Abstract/Summary and will be judged on:

  1. Introduction clearly stated the purpose of the study
  2. Sequence of information can be easily followed
  3. Sufficient evidence and critical thinking were given to support arguments
  4. The presenter spoke clearly and developed audience rapport
  5. Conclusions were drawn appropriately

 

All virtual presentations must be created using Studio. Information about video requirements will be provided after the abstract submission deadline. Resources will be provided to assist students in their video creation.