SRyou Student Exposition

Wednesday, March 29

SRyou is an exposition showcasing students' work and experiences, offering all undergraduate students the opportunity to share their curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular involvements.

Students who participate in SRyou benefit by:

  • Sharing their hard work with the community.
  • Developing professional presentation skills.
  • Enhancing their resume.
  • Learning about other activities happening at Salve Regina.

All members of the immediate and extended University community are encouraged to attend the day's presentations and performances.

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Proposals

Proposals will be accepted through Sunday, Feb. 26.

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Presentation Formats

Poster board: A graphic poster presentation of your work and/or research displayed on a board. Presenters will be provided with one side of a display board and tacks.

Table display: A visual presentation of your work and/or research that is displayed on a table - trifold posters, laptop presentations, collages, visual and hands on showcases, etc. Presenters will be provided with a six-foot table, two chairs and a tablecloth. Group presentations may work with the SRyou planning board to add chairs if necessary.

Performance art: A musical, dance, or theatrical performance. Performers will be provided with an auditorium or performance-style room. Performers will work closely with the task group from the SRyou planning board to organize performance schedules and equipment.

Presentation (15 minutes): A presentation of your work and/or research to an audience. Presentations will take place in a classroom-style location. Presenters will have access to the teacher stations, which include a computer, laptop connectivity, WiFi, screen, sound and a DVD player.

Workshop or training session (25 minutes): An interactive workshop or training session with participants. Workshops and training sessions will take place in a classroom-style location. Presenters will have access to the teacher stations, which include a computer, laptop connectivity, WiFi, screen, sound and a DVD player.

Display case (visual art): A display of visual art. Presenters using display cases will utilize the Antone Academic Center.