Intersections FAQs

Have a question about participating in Intersections? Below you'll find answers to frequently asked questions:

As an on-campus undergraduate presentation opportunity, students may present at Intersections with projects in progress and/or projects without significant results. SOURCE wants Intersections to be an opportunity for students to practice talking about their work.

Yes, SOURCE Summer and Travel Awardees may present at the December or April Intersections.

SOURCE Intersections is an opportunity for all undergraduates to present their research and creative projects.  SOURCE welcomes presentations from beginning researchers to capstone presenters! 

When you submitted your abstract, the system automatically sent it to your mentor for approval. If they do not approve it, they will contact you and work with you to revise it for their approval.

A completed registration consists of: (1) Submitting the online registration 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 or

If you are presenting as a group, you need all group members' names, network IDs, 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 after submitting it. Access the registration form on our website.

It is on our website below the registration form on the right hand side.

You need to bring your own poster. Poster printing information is available on our website. We will provide a board, easel, pushpins, and clips.