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College of Human Ecology

College of
Human Ecology

Kansas State University
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Undergraduate RSCAD Forum

Call for Proposals

All undergraduate students in the College of Human Ecology are invited to submit a proposal to the

College of Human Ecology's
Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity,
and Design (RSCAD) Competition*
April 17, 2019, 10:00am - 12:00pm, Hoffman Lounge


Monetary prizes will be awarded in two categories:

Best Undergraduate Research Poster
Best Undergraduate Creative Design Poster
Best Undergraduate Display

Students will present a THREE minute overview of their research or creative inquiry. Judges will have THREE minutes to ask questions.

Poster Presentations will be judged on the basis of content and effective communication
Please see Research Poster Rubric (pdf) | Creative Design Poster Rubric (pdf) | Proposal Form (pdf) for Helpful Tips

Displays will be judged on the basis of aesthetics and effective communication
Please see Display Rubirc (pdf) | Proposal Form (pdf) for Helpful Tips


Students planning to present must submit a brief proposal (proposal form (pdf)) and their poster for printing to Denise Ramos ;by 11:59 p.m. on April 7th. Space will be reserved for every student who submits a proposal.

No proposals will be considered after the deadline.

* K-State defines undergraduate RSCAD as "scholarly, collaborative, authentic, original work, or an assessment from a new point of view conducted by a students or group of students within a mentored environment for the purpose of publicly disseminating the information through a university seminar, poster/oral conference presentation, performance, exhibition, and/or publication. The projects shall involve inquiry, design, investigation, research, scholarship, discovery, application, writing, and/or performance to a greater or lesser degree depending on the discipline".