The Scholars Week Committee is pleased to announce the celebration of graduate and undergraduate students’ scholarly pursuits with Western Washington University’s annual Scholars Showcase. Scholars Week 2021, a virtual event, will include an online poster session, featuring graduate and undergraduate research and creative works, as well as a Three-minute Thesis competition for graduate students. Further details and instructions for application and participation can be found on the Scholars Week website.
Dates are as follows:
April 26 – May 12 — Submission period
POSTER SESSION - Western undergraduate and graduate students with outstanding research or creative works are encouraged to submit to the Poster Session, which will include a live chat session for participants to interact with visitors to the site.
THREE-MINUTE THESIS (3MT®) COMPETITION – Participating graduate students explain their research to a general audience in this special format, a presentation to include a brief audience Q&A.
May 17 – May 21 — Scholars Week
The Scholars Showcase, featuring a virtual format Three-Minute Thesis competition and Poster Session will become available to the campus community to view and visit with presenters throughout the week.
This year’s Scholars Week will not require a formal faculty nomination process; however, student applicants will be asked to name either a faculty nominator or mentor as part of their application. Faculty named by students will be notified.
The Scholars Week portal, designed by WWU Outreach and Continuing Education - Conference Services, will require free registration for all participants (submitters and visitors).
For more information, including how to submit to Scholars Week, visit: wwu.edu/scholars
Other inquiries, email Scholars Week at email@example.com