All Penn State Hazleton students conducting research or scholarly work with faculty are encouraged to present their work in either poster or verbal form at the annual Undergraduate Research Fair which is held in the Spring semester. This includes students from University Park who have worked with or are currently working with Hazleton faculty. Student projects done at University Park with University Park faculty are not eligible for the awards given out. Students with winning Poster and Oral presentations will receive awards at a presentation during the week after our Fair.
Registration for Participation
Students must submit a draft of an abstract when registering. Conference day: April 10, 2013. Abstract submission deadline: Saturday, April 6. All students must turn in proof of having completed SARI training to present at the Research Fair. Please provide a print of your SARI training completion form to Dr. Chris Goguen, Kostos 115 as soon as possible after registering. This is a requirement to present.
Registration for Judging
Posters and verbal presentations will be judged by volunteers from the faculty and staff of the Hazleton campus.
Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) Training
All undergraduate researchers who plan to present their research at meetings or publish their research in any form are now required to complete on-line SARI training. This is a University requirement. For instructions on how to access the on-line training, and for guidance for what to complete, please see "SARI instructions" below. All students who wish to present at the Penn State Hazleton Research Fair must complete this training and provide proof of successful completion when registering. Please talk to your faculty advisor with questions or contact Dr. Chris Goguen via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students conducting research or scholarly work with faculty of the Hazleton campus are encouraged to present their work in either poster or verbal form. This includes students from University Park who have worked with or are currently working with Hazleton faculty. Student projects done at University Park with University Park faculty are NOT ELIGIBLE for the awards given out. Students with winning Poster and Oral presentations will receive awards at a presentation during the week after our Fair.
- Humanities Poster Evaluation Form (used for judging)
- Science Poster on Form (used for judging)
How to Prepare an Abstract
Penn State's Third Annual Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium communicates and celebrates the participation of undergraduate students from the eastern regional Penn State campuses in their scholarly research endeavors. Undergraduate students who have been selected to represent their local campus will present posters or other exhibits to showcase their work to a general audience.
The symposium is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2013 at Penn State Hazleton and is open to the public. Posters or other exhibit may be entered in the arts and humanities (including behavioral sciences, business studies and economics) and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The top three entries in each category will be acknowledged.
- Undergraduate Research Information
- Honors Program Information