Who can apply?
Currently enrolled UCF students from all undergraduate majors are eligible to apply to present their current or recent work in any discipline or field. All student presenters must attend the April 2 Showcase. No projects may be presented in absentia.
Projects from all fields and disciplines are eligible for presentation. All projects must have a clear focus or a central research question. Research and creative works in progress are encouraged. These include projects that have not yet attained final results or are still developing: presentations of initial results, research or project designs, field experiences, methodology discussions, and literature reviews. If you are unsure of the readiness of your work-in-progress for presentation, please consult with the Office of Undergraduate Research. Presentations of completed projects and final results are, of course, equally encouraged.
Class projects are welcomed but no more five per class should submit (this not including independent research credit).
Note: The Showcase is a poster- or display-based forum. All projects will be provided 4'x2' of table space. Presenters are responsible for providing their own poster board, laptops, monitors, or other equipment. As the capacity to supply power to projects in the Student Union is extremely limited, presenters must bring battery packs. If electricity is essential to your project, please justify this in your application under special concerns.