Presentations come in wide varieties of subjects and formats, and there’s no limit to the number of presentations you can be a part of. We welcome submissions from all academic programs, but SOAR is also open to projects from beyond the classroom.
A very popular feature of SOAR, which allows students and faculty to showcase a hands-on exhibit or interactive project in a freeform setting.
A display of original creative work, either a single piece or a collection of art. This can include studio art, digital art, films, or other displays. Art will be displayed in the library throughout the month of May. Opportunities to present and discuss your work with a live audience are available.
Allow for innovation in artistic expression. Includes music, dance, theater and more.
Graphically present your work in a large format poster as an individual or a group. Share your research or project through discussion with other students, faculty and members of the public at the poster session Thursday May 18, 11:30-1:00.
Share your research, projects, experiences or theory concepts in any topic in a 20-minute presentation.
Brings together a group of students and/or faculty to present on shared research, projects or capstones. Participants can also organize discussion forums or other group presentations.
Bring us your idea for ways to participate and we will work with you to personalize your SOAR experience.