Project Flash Talks! Call for Participation
Submission deadline: February 24, 2014
Who: Graduate and advanced undergraduate students from ALL UW Bothell programs interested in presenting to a public audience.
What: Share your project—at whatever stage of development—in an engaging format designed to communicate the essentials and spark dialogue.
Present your … Original research Creative work Project Designs Curriculum plans Business plans, etc
We seek presentations that broaden ideas about what a project might be, and what kinds of projects matter!
How: Project Flash Talks! is a fast-paced event that uses a five-minute presentation format structured by up to 20 timed PowerPoint slides. Presentations and presenters line up in advance so that the program moves quickly and seamlessly. A Q&A session will follow.
We provide resources and coaching to help you develop your presentation.
When: The week of April 7, 2014. To best accommodate participants’ schedules, you will be polled about availability when you submit your proposal.
Why: Gain skills and confidence in presenting your work to audiences that include those inside and outside your field of expertise; get feedback; make connections. Project Flash Talks! will help prepare you for capstone presentations, the Career Fair, research symposia, and other professional opportunities.
Questions? Contact Sarah Leadley, SLeadley@uwb.edu
To participate: Please fill out the online questionnaire which outlines the basics of your project and presentation, and gives your availability: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/leadley/225344. Submission deadline is February 24, 2014
Project Flash Talks! is sponsored by the Library, the Office of Research, the Writing and Communication Center, and the Graduate Advisory Group