Student research event moves online

The annual “Celebration” will take place digitally

March 12, 2020

A+student+discusses+their+poster+and+research+with+others+at+the+Celebration+Poster+event.

Mesa Serakali

A student discusses their poster and research with others at the Celebration Poster event.

NKU’s annual Celebration of Student Research and Creativity will be moving to online presentations. 

Celebration” is an event held by the Institute for Student Research and Creative Activity where undergraduate and graduate students present research, artistic or creative projects. The event provides recognition of student work and accomplishments.

This announcement followed the University limiting any gatherings over 150 people due to potential for coronavirus spread. The original event, scheduled for the Student Union Ballroom on April 20, was expecting 450 people.

In an email, the Celebration Committee said, “Students will prepare a Voice Thread with their posters/PowerPoint and post them in the Canvas shell by April 24th.”

After uploading their thread, students will log on to the digital conference on April 28-29 to comment on other presentations and answer questions about their own presentation.

More information can be found on the Celebration’s website.

The Northerner • Copyright 2020 • FLEX WordPress Theme by SNOLog in