Submitting Your Abstract to NCUR 2014
Submission Deadline: December 6, 2013
After you have written your abstract, had it approved by your mentor and Dr. Fox, you are ready to submit your abstract to NCUR. All abstracts must be submitted electronically through the NCUR-2014 web site.
Go to the online Abstract Submission Form on the NCUR 2014 website (live link coming soon!)
The form is very simple and includes the following information:
Personal Information. This is all about you: Enter the required information.
Institution Information. Enter your institution: University of the Pacific. The address to use for Pacific is 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA, 95211.
Faculty Advisor (mentor) Information. You need to enter your mentor's full name, email address, department affiliation, and office phone number. (NCUR will send a copy of your abstract to your mentor.) The address of your mentor is University of the Pacific, Department of.........., 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211. You also need to know the title of your mentor (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor etc.).
Group/Other Presenters. A group presentation is one that requires the active participation of more than one student. If your presentation involves a group, you will enter the names of the other presenters here.
Undergraduate Research Office Coordinator Information. Contact information for the Pacific Office of Undergraduate Research is entered here. The coordinator is Dr. Lydia Fox. The address is University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211. Important: use the following email address for the coordinator: email@example.com. The title of the Coordinator is "Director", the phone number is 209-946-2481 and the fax number is 209-946-2362.
Abstract Information: Enter the type of presentation you want to give (oral, poster, etc). Enter the title of your presentation, your name (and names of your co-authors, if applicable), and the abstract. You will also need to indicate your mentor's department and the Pacific address. For example: Department of Visual Arts, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA 95211.
Remember that your entire abstract (including the title and names of authors) must be 250-300 words in length.
You can also include a URL to link the abstract to websites that might contain images of creative works you have completed, or other documents relevant to your abstract.
IMPORTANT: The web-based abstract submission form does NOT support special characters. So, if your abstract contains a formula or other special characters, provide a URL that is linked to a location where your abstract can be read in its original form.
Academic Interest Field: Select this field carefully, as this will dictate who reviews your abstract and in which session you will be scheduled.
Equipment. Indicate if you need any special equipment for your oral presentation or for performing and visual arts presentations. No special equipment is available for poster presentations.
Certify: Type your initials in the space provided and submit your abstract. After you submit your abstract, you will receive an email receipt.
You should be notified by email if your abstract is accepted for presentation at NCUR by January 14, 2014.