16th Annual CSURF (Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum)

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Saturday, April 06, 2019

CSURF is a collaborative venture designed to highlight the research and creative works of undergraduates from Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College, the United States Air Force Academy, and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS).

The College of Letters, Arts & Sciences at UCCS developed this research forum, and has continued to foster and cultivate the collaboration between UCCS, Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College, and the United States Air Force Academy. 

We hope you enjoy this exciting day full of innovative and thought-provoking research and creative works.  

16th Annual CSURF (Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum)
Saturday, April 06, 2019

University of Colorado Colorado Springs
(719) 255-4552
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
University Center/Berger Hall
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
United States

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Please register to attend the 2019 CSURF, hosted by University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and join us for a day of celebration for undergraduate research in the Arts, Business, Engineering/Math, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences

Undergraduate students from CC, PPCC, UCCS, and USAFA may select to present their research in one of the following categories:
Talk Presentations - A traditional academic-style talk.  Presenters will have approximately 15 minutes for their talk plus 5 minutes audience questions.  Talks will be grouped into sessions by the conference organizers.
Poster Presentations - A flexible format – create a traditional academic-style poster appropriate to your discipline, or use the space creatively to display your work in a unique way.
Ignite Talks - Ignite talks are a fast-paced talk format that is becoming popular around the world in academic and general public settings. The rapid presentation style allows for “speed-geeking”, where viewers can watch many presentations in a short period of time. Presenters have 20 slides that advance every 15 seconds, for a total of 5 minutes.  Slides are mostly images.  This kind of talk is great practice for sharing your work with a broad audience.  This type of talk also requires even more preparation than a traditional talk, and you are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the coaching offered at your school.  Ignite sessions may include talks from a variety of different disciplines, such as a chemistry talk followed by an art history talk followed by a feminist and gender studies talk.
Visual Arts/Performing Arts/Special Spaces - Some works in the visual and performing arts and other fields (such as 3-D science projects and live technology demos) are best presented in these unique session types.  
 

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