Presenting Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, and Creative Work

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6191 Room, Helen C. White Hall
@ 4:30 pm CDT - 6:00 pm CDT
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Sharing your research, scholarly, and creative projects at a conference provides an opportunity to convey your ideas to a wide variety of individuals. Since this audience has a heterogeneous knowledge base regarding your topic or art form, conference presentation skills differ from those used in classroom presentations, where a shared background is assumed.

This interactive workshop will help you develop the techniques to make the most of the opportunity to connect with an audience over your topic of interest and mode of exploration. You will learn strategies for preparation, organization, and delivery, including tips for scenarios such as Q&A and dealing with unforeseen circumstances. 

The workshop is designed for students presenting at the UW-Madison Undergraduate Symposium but open to all undergraduate students preparing for conference presentations. If possible, please bring the abstract for your project for the hands-on components.

Co-sponsored by The Undergraduate Symposium Team.

For more information about the Undergraduate Symposium, visit https://ugradsymposium.wisc.edu/

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