Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day
In artistic fields, work is more often created from within the individual than pieced together from outside sources. While substantial research may be involved in the final product, the result is more personal and reflects individual feelings and expression. Often a summary of work is not sufficient for these types of presentations. Instead, students will submit tapes, manuscripts, or the like. Creative work includes, but is not limited to: original compositions, artwork, dance, plays, and manuscripts. Student interpretations of published work may be considered; however, the student and faculty advisor should make a strong case as to why this constitutes original work.
For more information contact:
Aimee Pozorski, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org