SRyou Student Exposition
Wednesday, March 22, 2023
SRyou Student Exposition showcases students' work and experiences. The day offers an opportunity for all undergraduate and graduate students to share curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular involvements with their peers, faculty, staff and community members.
Students who participate in SRyou benefit by:
- Showcasing their academic, artistic and altruistic endeavors.
- Developing professional presentation skills.
- Enhancing their resumes.
- Discovering the scope and diversity of the achievements of their peers.
- Demonstrating presentation experience and skills.
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.
Who can submit a presentation?
Any undergraduate or graduate student at Salve Regina can submit a presentation. Presentations can be submitted for academic work, community service projects, extracurricular or student organization events and activities, or other work that students wish to professionally showcase to the University community.
What do I have to include in my presentation?
You must include some general information about the presenter(s), a title for your work, and a short description of your work in your presentation submission.
Does my presentation have to be complete?
No, your work does not have to be complete to submit a presentation. A presentation can be submitted at any point in the process as long as you are prepared to present at the SRyou Student Exposition.
What should I wear to present?
You are encouraged to dress in business casual attire as you will be presenting your work in a professional setting. Presenters should note that their fellow students, faculty and staff will be in attendance.
How do I benefit from participating in SRyou Student Exposition?
This exposition allows students to showcase their academic, artistic and altruistic endeavors to the Salve Regina community. Students benefit by developing professional presentation skills, enhancing their resumes, and discovering the scope and diversity of the achievements of their peers.
When do I set up/tear down my poster or table presentation?
Presenters will receive an email with specific information and instructions regarding their presentation time prior to the SRyou Student Exposition.
How do I get my name badge and T-shirt?
Presenters will receive an email with information regarding registration dates to pick up these items prior to the SRyou Student Exposition.
How long will my presentation be?
Poster and table presentations will remain on display all day, but you only stand by your presentation for an hour. A classroom or remote presentation lasts 15 minutes. A workshop, music, theatre, or dance performance lasts 25 minutes.
Who do I contact for any questions regarding SRyou Student Exposition?
Contact Natalie Cote, SRyou Student Exposition planning committee chairwoman, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may also be directed to email@example.com.
Who plans the SRyou Student Exposition?
SRyou Student Exposition is organized by a planning committee composed of Salve Regina students. The planning committee is sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Studies and advised by Dr. Steven Rodenborn, dean of undergraduate studies.