ETSU Boland Undergraduate
Submission Application Below
April 1, 2014
Submission Deadline: March 13, 2014
The ETSU Honors
College, in conjunction with the ETSU
Research and Sponsored Programs, is pleased to announce a
special event reserved especially for ETSU undergraduate
students conducting research.
The Symposium is dedicated to the
memory of Dr. Jay Boland. The ETSU Undergraduate Student
Research Symposium is an event in which ETSU undergraduate
students can present their research in an informal,
non-competitive environment. The Symposium includes oral
presentations in various discipline-themed sessions. Performance
artists (music; reading; theater) are particularly encouraged to
participate. Visual artists may display their work in the
Millennium Centre lobby. ETSU Undergraduate students are
encouraged to participate in the Symposium by presenting their
research for work-in-progress projects or completed projects. By
participating in this event, students will be able to exchange
ideas with peers and gather valuable feedback.
Abstracts will be accepted until March
13, 2014. Students who
participate in the Symposium are also eligible to present a
poster of their research at the 2014 Appalachian Student
Research Forum (see link below). However, separate registrations
are required for each event.
Register to give an oral presentation for the
Boland Undergraduate Research Symposium using the form below.
Use the link below to go to
the Forum website and register separately for that event.
SENIOR HONORS THESIS: If you wish to complete
your presentation of your Senior Honors Thesis in the Boland
Symposium, you will be directed to sessions that allow for
longer presentations (30 minutes). Also know that your Thesis
Mentor and your Thesis Readers will be required to attend your
presentation. Please determine times your thesis committee will
be available on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in advance.
If you have any problems with submitting this form,
please email email@example.com or
further information about the Symposium, please contact Dr.
Foster Levy, Director of Undergraduate Research at 423-439-6926
the Appalachian Student Research Forum webpage