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Instructions

Before starting the application process, please review the online application so you know all the information you will need to complete it (this application cannot be saved and retrieved).

If you are presenting as a group: Please make sure you have all group members' names and network IDs before you start the application.

  • Fill out an online application as early as possible. The link is at the bottom at this page-- please read ALL instructions before starting the application!
  • Submit an abstract formatted according to the Abstract Guidelines. The abstract can either be submitted through the application form or e-mailed to SOURCEIntersections@case.edu.
  • Make sure your faculty mentor is aware of, and approves of, your presentation. This includes approving the content of your abstract.
  • Attend workshops on How to Make a Poster and How to Present a Poster.

Faculty Endorsement

Students are required to include a faculty name as their project advisor and/or endorser of their research presentation application. It is understood that many undergraduate students engage in research and creative projects within collaborative teams of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students centered on CWRU faculty members' larger research endeavors. In addition to approving the overall readiness of the presentation, faculty advisers and/or endorsers are approving the undergraduate student's own role and authorship of the project and results of what may be a piece of a larger project.

Students need not have conducted the research on the Case Western Reserve campus to present at Intersections. Students must provide the name, institution and email of the non-CWRU faculty with whom they worked. This person must also approve the research presentation as CWRU faculty do.

 

The Intersections Registration Has Closed! Please join us for Research ShowCASE + Intersections on April 20th in the Veale Convocation and Recreation Center. The entire event runs from 9am-3pm. 

9am-10am: Keynote Address

10am-3pm: Oral Presentations by all groups

10am-noon: Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Associates, High School Students, Staff and Faculty Judging

Noon-2:45pm: Intersections Undergraduate Symposium