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Citizen Scholar Conference

Each semester, Voices of USU invites English 2010 students to present at the Citizen Scholar Conference (CSC).

CSC, like other academic conferences, offers students the opportunity to present  innovative and creative ideas with a specific audience in mind. Our goal is to celebrate the writing, thinking, and scholarship done in English 2010 classes.

English 2010 students may submit an abstract for either a poster presentation or an oral presentation on any project they work on in English 2010. Presentations may be research-based, persuasive, or creative.

Spring 2020 Dates

March 16 - April 3: Call for abstracts

During the call for abstracts, you may submit a 100-250 word summary of a project you have already completed or plan on completing in English 2010.


Submit an abstract »

April 7: Sessions announced

Once the call for abstracts ends, we will review each abstract and send invites to those selected. If you receive an invite to present, you will RSVP to the conference by April 6, and we will finalize and announce the conference on April 7.

 

 

April 9: Presenter information sessions

Presenters will attend an interactive information session (1 hour maximum). During the session, presenters will receive logistical information, such as presentation times, rooms, and location of the Eccles Conference Center. They will also receive information about what to do during their presentation and visuals involved. Presenters may also check out additional information on the presenter resources page.

Presenter resources »

April 16: Citizen Scholar Conference

The Citizen Scholar Confernece will be held in the Eccles Conference Center with sessions at 9a, 10:30a, 12p, and 1:30p. All are welcome to attend.