Research Month Oral Presentations

Apr 10, 2014
12:00 pm — 2:00 pm
D'Angelo, 210, 212, 301, 311, 312, 401
April 10, 2014 12:00 pm

For the oral presentations, a student will deliver a reading of a research paper or a visual presentation. This format is the traditional one for most academic conferences and/or business settings.[Today, there is often the expectation that the paper will be published prior to or at the beginning of a conference, allowing for more intense dialogue.] Therefore, in the interest of professionalism, there will be a short Q&A where students should prepare to answer informed queries.


  • Students should prepare for a 10 minute lecture followed by questions and answers
  • Students should bring a flash drive for any visual items they wish to display on screen.
  • They should not rely on emailed work.
  • The schedule for oral work will be staggered at 15-20 minute intervals. Students will receive information about their room number and time.
  • Students should check in between 11 a.m.- noon in DAC 210.

Props may be used

  • PowerPoint, other IT aids (software or devices)
  • Technical Models
  • Dramatic Props (to prove a point)

Students should contact Dr. Alison Hyslop or Dr. Anne Ellen Geller for more information.