Tenth Annual Academic Festival–April 24, 2015
The Academic Festival is an opportunity for students to share their best and most interesting work. This exciting event displays academic highlights that were researched, developed, and created throughout the 2014-2015 school year to the campus community, Penn State families, and the public.
Do You Want to Participate?Please complete the 2014-2015 Project Proposal Form. Project proposals must be submitted by March 20, 2015. Project proposals will be reviewed in late March and students will receive further details in early April.
Before submitting your proposal, please be sure to review all project guidelines and judging criteria.
Printing Your Poster: See the Recommendations and Guidelines for preparing and printing your large format poster. Poster projects should be e-mailed to the helpdesk@ ma.psu.edu when completed so they can be tracked and printed. Anything submitted less than one week prior to needing the poster is not guaranteed. If there are questions regarding the process, students should contact the Mont Alto ITS helpdesk.
Individual and group projects can cover a wide range of topics and can be shared as an informational exhibit, a research-based poster, an oral presentation, or performance. The organizing committee also welcomes all other forms of academic or creative accomplishments including works of poetry, writing, artwork, and dance.
Prizes will be awarded in each category.
Note: Students submitting artwork should ensure the piece is ready to hang and submit it to Art Instructor Freya Qually by April 17, 2015. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reasons to Participate
1. You get to share your work with the campus and surrounding community
2. Have fun while gaining valuable experience
3. Develop connections with faculty and staff
4. Prizes will be awarded
Academic Festival Committee Members
Other Opportunities to Present Your Research
Undergraduate Research Exhibition
University Park, April 2015