Snyder Institute Summer Research Day

Snyder Institute Summer Student Research Day

Join us on Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 9 am – 5 pm

Theatre One and Hippocrates Mall

Snyder Institute summer students, showcase your research!

Abstract submission form opens August 1. Abstract deadline: Thursday, August 11 at 5 pm.

The event will feature summer student oral and poster presentations, social and networking activities and prizes for attendees and presenters. Registration is required; coffee break refreshments and lunch will be provided for all registered attendees. All Snyder members are encouraged to register to attend and support the 2022 Snyder undergraduate researchers. Please note that the oral presentation sessions will be offered as a hybrid in-person and virtual event over Zoom, while the poster session can only be attended in-person.


Information for Presenters

Snyder students are invited to present their work in 10-minute oral powerpoint presentations or poster presentations. Oral presentations will be followed by 5 minutes of audience questions. Oral presenters have the option to present in-person or virtually over Zoom, however poster presenters must be available to present in-person. Abstract submission opens on Monday August 1, and the abstract submission deadline is Thursday August 11 at 5 pm. Students will be notified of their acceptance to present their oral or poster presentation no later than Monday August 15. At this time, more detailed instructions about preparing oral and poster presentations will be provided.

Abstract deadline: Thursday, August 11 at 5 pm.

Abstract guidelines

  • Students should prepare a 250 word abstract of their summer research (data to date) that include the following subsections: title, background, methodology, results and conclusions/significance. Abstracts should include a clearly stated hypothesis or research question. Please note that the 250 word limit does not include the abstract title or subsection titles.
  • At the time of submission, please fill out the submission form to include your primary mentor/PI, any co-authors, research keywords and whether you would like to be considered for an oral presentation.
  • We highly recommend you speak with your mentor/PI for support with writing your abstract.
  • Submit your abstract.