TCHC 2014 Conference Proposal

Thank you for proposing a presentation for this year's TCHC conference.Deadline for proposals is 5 PM Monday, February 3, 2014. You will be informed of your presentation's acceptance status by Monday, February 10. All conference presentations will be made on Saturday, February 22, 2014.


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    Primary Presenter Information

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    Honors Dean/Director Information

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    Types of Presentations

    Podium Presentations (individual or group):10 minutes plus 5 minute Q & A Podium Presentations are the most traditional style of presentation. The individual or group of individuals may present on a variety of topics (Student Academic Work, Honors Programming, Civic Engagement, Diversity, Freshman Experience/Orientation, Honors Community/Living-Learning Community, Study Abroad, Other). Most presenters will utilize PowerPoint or Prezi as a visual reference but this is not required. Each one-hour podium session will include 4 presentations with each presentation allotted 10 minutes, followed by 5 minutes for Q & A. If the presentation takes all 15 minutes, there will be no Q & A. *Film and Music submissions will automatically be entered into the podium presentation category. Art/Sculpture presentations may elect to be entered as either a podium presentation or a poster presentation. You may indicate your preference below. Panel Presentation: 30 minutes including discussion/Q & A A panel presentation is a small group (typically no more than 3-4 people) in which the individual members interact and present differing viewpoints on a topic. The purpose of a panel presentation is to be able to hear a wide-range of perspectives on a given topic and to hear support and reasons for those positions. Panel presentations will each be 30 minutes including discussion/Q & A. Conference organizers reserve the right to reassign the Panel Presentation to a Podium Presentation but presenters will be informed in advance. Round Table Discussion: 30 minutes Roundtable Discussions provide conference attendees the opportunity to engage in spirited conversation and collaborative exchange of information and resources related to a wide variety of topics. The format of roundtable discussions will be lively, interactive discourse among leaders and participants, not lecture or panel-style delivery. Presenters should regard themselves primarily as facilitators and should limit their own remarks to 5 minutes or less. Discussion leaders may provide their own printed material and/or handouts to help focus conversations. Posters: Posters offer the opportunity to present research and innovations in a relaxed atmosphere and to have in-depth conversations with peers. Each poster should be 36 x 48 inches. Font should be readable from a distance of approximately 5 feet. It may be useful to bring handouts for those who want further information. Your poster should be constructed so that it presents the desired information in a self-explanatory manner. Posters should be presented on a tri-fold board which will stand on a table. There will be a one hour poster session.
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