DSU Research Day
Third Annual Delaware State University Research Day
Delaware State University is pleased to invite you to the 3rd Annual Delaware State University Research Day. This activity will be held in the Bank of America Building, located on the Dover campus of Delaware State University, on Friday, April 12, 2019.
The DSU Research Day will showcase the diverse areas of scholarship on our campus as well as provide networking opportunities for all students, faculty, staff, and community participants.
The event is free to all DSU students, faculty and community participants however ALL participants must register by Friday, March 15, 2019.
Graduate students planning to present a poster presentation must submit their poster to gradsymp [at] desu.edu by March 15, 2019. Abstracts for the posters must be submitted through the registration page at the time of registration.
All Faculty, Research Scientists, Graduate Students, Honors Students and Undergraduate Students planning to present an oral presentation must submit abstracts through the registration page at the time of registration.
All abstracts must be received by March 15, 2019.
Late submissions will not be accepted.
- Faculty and Research Scientists with questions should contact Dr. Ozbay at 302-857-6476 or gozbay [at] desu.edu.
- Graduate Students with questions should contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Research at 302-857-6800 or gradsymp [at] desu.edu.
- Undergraduate Students may contact Terry Pauls-Smith, Honors Program, at 302-857-7514, if you have questions.
Guidelines for Submitting Abstracts for Oral and Poster Presentations:
Abstracts should be 350 words or less, typed, and single-spaced with 10-point font using Times New Roman. The title should be bold with all major words in the title capitalized. Do not use full capitalization for all words. Allow one single space following the title and list the author(s) names, followed by faculty advisor(s) name and department affiliation, university name, city, state, and zip code.
Your abstract should include:
- Introductory Statement
- Purpose or Problem Statement
- Methodology, Procedure, or Approach
- Major Results or Findings
If your activity was funded then please acknowledge your funders at the end of the abstract. This will not be considered a part of the 350 word limit. Skip one line following the conclusion of the abstract, begin with Funder Acknowledgement(s).
Funder Acknowledgement Example: This study was supported in part by the MBRS RISE Program at DSU funded by NIGMS and by DSU Department of Biological Sciences.
Abstract submissions should follow formatting instructions. It is an expectation that all abstracts will appear in the program booklet as submitted and therefore should be error free and will not be revised.
Abstracts should include the following information at the bottom of the page:
- Names, email addresses and telephone numbers for author(s) and research advisor(s)
- Presentation format: Oral or Poster
- Program area:
- Arts and Humanities
- Behavioral and Social Sciences
- Biological Sciences
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Mathematical Sciences
- Physical Sciences and Engineering
- Business Management and Human Services
Abstracts for the DSU Research Day must be received by close of business on Friday, March 15, 2019. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Please note: If you are presenting with a team, only one participant will need to submit the abstract. All other team members must register for the event without submitting the abstract.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
If you are planning to present a poster, the size of the poster board is 48 inches wide by 36 inches high. The Graduate Student Association(GSA) will cover the cost of the poster, printing and mounting, and it will be yours to keep after the DSU Research Day. Please send the final electronic version of your presentation, in Power Point format, to gradsymp [at] desu.edu. We will not alter or change it for you after submission. Poster presentations must be received before or by the close of business on Friday, March 15, 2019. Presentations submitted after this date will not be accepted. The cost of printing will be your responsibility.
Oral Presentation Guidelines
Oral Presentations can consist of case studies, projects, papers, completed or in-progress research, research proposals, capstones etc.
All Oral Presenters will have 10 minutes to present and 2 minutes for questions and answers. There will be a moderator in each room to help presenters stay on course with the timeliness of the presentations.
There will be a lap top and projector in each room. Please bring your presentation on a virus-free flash drive.
If you are presenting with a team, only one participant will need to submit the abstract. All other team members must register for the event without submitting the abstract.
Late abstract submissions will not be accepted.
|8:00 am - 8:45 am||Registration in BOA Lobby and Continental Breakfast in BOA 309 for all presenters and registrants|
|8:45 am - 9:00 am||Welcome and Overview of the Day (BOA Auditorium)|
|9:00 am -11:00 am||Faculty Research and Center for Teaching and Learning Presentations (BOA 308)|
|11:00 am -12:00 pm||Faculty Forum (BOA 308)|
|11:30 am -12:30 pm||Lunch and Keynote Speaker (BOA 309)|
|12:30 pm -2:00 pm||Honors Recital in Education & Humanities Building|
|2:00 pm - 5:00 pm||Undergraduate and Graduate Oral Presentations (BOA, Various Rooms)
Graduate Poster Session (BOA Atrium, Third Floor)
|5:00 pm||Faculty and Graduate Recognition Ceremony
Honors/Undergraduate Recognition Ceremony (BOA Auditorium)