Undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and other nonfaculty researchers are encouraged to apply to present their research or creative work in the arts. Share with the campus community the findings from your research internship, your junior paper, senior thesis, dissertation, postdoctoral research or other work.
Why should you present?
● Practice communicating about your research or creative work to a general audience.
● Share your work and findings with people across the University.
● Attend professional development workshops on poster design and presentation skills.
Dates to remember:
December 1: Call for applications to present at Princeton Research Day
February 13: Application Workshop: Crafting your Project Summary (RSVP)
February 16: Priority application deadline
April 2: Presenters informed of presentation format
May 10: Princeton Research Day
Princeton Research Day is a collaborative initiative between the offices of the Dean of the College, the Dean of the Faculty, the Dean for Research and the Dean of the Graduate School.