Summer Intersections Registration and Abstract Submission Information
Intersections, Poster Session, Thursday, August 4th, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballrooms A & B
Registration and Abstract Deadlines: July 22nd for both online registration and abstract submission.
Please review all of the information about Intersections on this website prior to registering. SOURCE receives many questions that are addressed in this helpful information link. Please have the necessary information ready prior to beginning the registration form.
Presenting as a group? If you are presenting as a group, you need all group members' names, network IDs, home institutions, and majors. Groups only need to do one registration and submit one abstract for all group members. Students cannot save this registration form to complete later or edit it after submitting it.
What does a completed Intersections registration include? A completed presentation submission consists of: (1) submitting this online form and (2) Project Statement/Abstract (formatted according to the Abstract Guidelines and submitted through the Abstract Submission Portal) on the right. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Abstract Submission Process
Please note that our abstract submission process is separate from this registration form. Students will not be considered completely registered until they complete this form and submit an abstract via the portal on the right. This statement will appear in the Intersections program and online in the Intersections Archives. This statement is central to your application and must provide a succinct overview of your work. Please turn off review tracking and finalize the abstract in consultation with your Faculty Research Mentor prior to submitting it. Please share the document with your mentor and teammates prior to submitting it.
Students are required to include a faculty name as their project advisor and/or endorser of their research presentation registration. It is understood that many undergraduate students engage in research and creative projects within collaborative teams of faculty, post doctoral mentors, graduate students, laboratory staff 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 mentor with whom they worked. This person must also approve the research presentation as CWRU faculty do.