Capstone Conference Student Nomination Form
We invite proposals of exemplary capstone projects to be presented in poster format by students who are currently enrolled in, or have recently completed a capstone design course. From these accepted proposals, students may also be invited to participate on a panel.
Student project submissions should include (1) a description of the project (300-500 words) and (2) an endorsement from the faculty member (100-200 words) explaining the exceptional nature of the project as well as the potential of the students to contribute to panel discussions. The endorsing faculty member should fill out the form at
Submissions are due by March 15, 2020, if travel funding will be requested. For those posters submitted and accepted after the deadline but before March 31, the conference fees will still be waived for one student to attend, but no travel funding will be provided.
Capstone Project Poster Title
Capstone Project Poster Discipline(s)
Capstone Project Description (300-500 words describing the project)
Endorsing Faculty Member Name
Endorsing Faculty Email Address
I require funding support to travel to the conference.
I/we can attend the 2020 Capstone Design Conference from June 1 to June 3 in Dallas, Texas. If our project is accepted for presentation as a student poster, I/we agree to attend the conference and participate in the poster session.
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