To participate in SNCURCS 2021

To learn more about State of NC Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS)

      • Event website: sncurcs.org (BUT follow instructions below to register as NCSSM student)

      • Interest Meeting:

          • Monday, Sept. 27 4:30-5:00 PM. Zoom meeting (click to join)

      • Contacts for SNCURCS

          • For event and participation questions, contact Dr. Sarah Shoemaker (shoemaker@ncssm.edu)

To Register to Present

Registration is a multi-step process (all steps are required by the deadline)

Step One: Complete the NCSSM Pre-Registration Google Form by October 8, 2021

Step Two: Submit your abstract and choose talk or poster presentation by October 15, 2021 at the SNCURCS Website

Step Three: Upload your presentation between October 26-November 10

Many questions about the events can be answered at the SNCURCS FAQ.

To Prepare for the Event

  • Must meet the deadline for all three steps to Register to Attend (see above)

  • Receive email confirmation from SNCURCS of Mentor Approval of submitted abstract (contact SNCURCS with questions)

      • Any edits that are requested by your mentor will be sent via email from SNCURCS

  • Prepare poster or oral presentation according to SNCURCS guidelines (see sncurcs.org)

    • Note that there are no registration, transportation, or printing costs associated with this year's conference

On the Day of the Event

SNCURCS is virtual this year.

  • Student preview: November 12

  • Live Event: November 13

  • Abstracts and submissions will be available for seven days after the live event

Prior to November 10th, students will submit

  • 5 minute recording of your poster presentation OR

  • 10 minute recording of a talk

Presentation will be asynchronous

  • Viewers will post comments or feedback in a comment box

  • Students are expected to monitor their presentation's comment box

  • The expectations of comment box monitoring are different for poster presentations and talks

More details can be found on the SNCURCS FAQ