Project Flash Talks! Call for Participation
Submission deadline: February 20, 2015
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: April 2015. 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, email@example.com
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 20, 2015
Project Flash Talks! is sponsored by the Library, the Office of Research, the Writing and Communication Center, and the Graduate Advisory Group. Flash Talks is modeled on the UW Scholars’ Studio, learn more at: http://commons.lib.washington.edu/scholarsstudio
Sample talks from UW Tacoma are posted here: http://digitalcommons.tacoma.uw.edu/tactalks/2014/