Sharing your results
Now that your research, creative, or scholarly project is nearing completion, you should begin thinking about how to share your results. If the purpose of your project was to make a contribution to your discipline, then it is up to you to inform others.
In general, there are three ways to disseminate your findings: a poster, a presentation, or a publication. Follow the links below to pages with suggestions and hints for how to do this.
Sigma Xi Student Research Showcase - a virtual research presentation competition
March 18-23, 2013
Graduate, undergraduate, and high school students are invited to submit project descriptions for
consideration to present during the Student Research Showcase. Judging categories include Behavioral Sciences,
Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Ecology &
Evolutionary Biology, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Geosciences, Math
& Computer Science, Physics & Astronomy, Physiology & Immunology, and Social Sciences.
Students who wish to present during the competition should email a brief (50 word or less) project description with the subject line “Showcase Presentation Description" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Approval to present and registration instructions will follow via email within two business days. Presentations must be pre-approved before a student may submit a presentation for the 2013 Research Showcase.
March 8, 2013: Final deadline for invited presentation
submissions and registration
More information and submission details are available at http://www.sigmaxi.org/showcase2013