Student Research Colloquium

THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL STUDENT RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM

APRIL 7 - 11, 2015
ALLEN CHAPMAN ACTIVITY CENTER

ENTRY DEADLINE:

Friday, February 13, 2015

PAST SPONSORS:

Graduate School
Office of Research & Sponsored Programs
Office of Enrollment and Student Services
Provost Office
Student Affairs
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business Administration
College of Engineering and Natural Sciences
College of Law
Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge
Graduate Student Association
Third Floor Designs

WHAT IS IT?

The Student Research Colloquium was established in 1998 to provide TU students with an opportunity to gain public speaking experience, learn about research from fields outside their own academic discipline, and experience judging methods used by professional organizations for national and international meetings/conferences.

This year the Student Research Colloquium will again be held in conjunction with the OU-Tulsa’s Research Day. Oral Presentations will be included as part of the TU student Research Colloquium and posters will be at OU-Tulsa’s Research Day on Schusterman Campus at 41st and Yale.

WHO MAY PARTICIPATE?

Any TU or OU-Tulsa student who is involved in a research project for any discipline.

WHAT EVENTS ARE AVAILABLE?

(CLICK INDIVIDUAL EVENTS FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SUBMIT ENTRIES) 

GENERAL CONTRIBUTED PAPER SESSIONS
COLLEGE POSTER CONTEST 
SPECIAL TOPIC SYMPOSIA
COMMUNITY SERVICE SYMPOSIUM: “CITIZENSHIP & SERVICE IN A CHANGING WORLD”

WHAT SORT OF RESEARCH IS CONSIDERED ACCEPTABLE?

Presentations may contain original research or scholarship that you may be conducting, work that you already submitted for a classroom project during the previous fall semester, or work in progress for the Spring semester. Some students also use the Colloquium as an opportunity to present research proposals or scholarship for which they are contemplating an in-depth study. Research does not have to be experimentally based. Humanities, business, engineering, legal, physical sciences, and social science topics are all welcome.

QUESTIONS?

For more information, contact the Research Colloquium Committee at research-colloquium@utulsa.edu.