2017 Technical Research Exhibition (TRE) Fall Regional Conference Registration
The Technical Research Exhibition (TRE) is a competition designed to showcase the NSBE members' skills in technical writing, theoretical research, and oral presentation, and it incorporates two tracks: Preliminary and Showcase. TRE, which is held during each Fall Regional Conference (FRC) and National Convention, is judged by technical professionals.

Online toolkit link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rohj-4YXxkYr1EAUyHZuC1kj_Jax0BZquci2KSQt2Og/edit?usp=sharing

Deadline for sign up is:
Region I: November 10
Region II: November 9
Region III: PASSED
Region IV: November 8
Region V: November 1
Region VI: November 6

If you have questions regarding this form or general TRE topics, contact Anthony Dobson, National Academic Excellence Chair, nebaex@nsbe.org.

If you have questions regarding logistics of TRE at your FRC, contact your Regional Academic Excellence Chair:

Avery Brown, Region 1 Academic Excellence Chair, r1aex@nsbe.org
Malik Majette, Region 2 Academic Excellence Chair, r2aex@nsbe.org
Keaira Banks, Region 3 Academic Excellence Chair, r3aex@nsbe.org
Chiebuka "Steven" Egwuonwu, Region 4 Academic Excellence Chair, r4aex@nbse.org
Catelyn Evans, Region 5 Academic Excellence Chair, r5aex@nsbe.org
Bilal Said, Region 6 Academic Excellence Chair, r6aex@nbse.org
Anthony Dobson, National Academic Excellence Chair, nebaex@nsbe.org

Participants must be NSBE members and registered for FRC. This criteria will be checked during the abstract review process.

Applicant Information
Name *
Membership Number *
E-mail address *
Cell phone *
Will be used only in the event of necessary onsite updates.
What Region are you representing? *
Please select your membership classification. The competition prizes are open to undergraduate and graduate students only. Postdocs and Technical Professionals are encouraged to share their research and obtain feedback as well. *
Gender *
Please provide a short biography *
Please Write in 3rd Person (i.e. John Doe is a third year undergraduate...) 300 character limit
Track Descriptions
Preliminary: This track provides an opportunity for participants to interact with a technical audience to present, discuss, and obtain feedback regarding preliminary findings. Preliminary findings are defined as findings that have not yet been polished and featured in papers, journals..etc. In addition, if you are fairly new to poster presentations or oral presentations, this is the recommended track for you.

Showcase: This track is for undergraduate students, graduate students, and technical professionals to present polished work to a broader technical audience. Such work may be ready for, in the process of, or already has been published in some format. If you have had numerous experiences presenting your research poster, this is the recommended track for you.

I am applying to participate in the following TRE Program component *
This is a poster presentation competition. You are expected to have your posted printed and ready to be showcased when you arrive at the Convention Center. We DO NOT PRINT your poster for you. If you select "Help me decide" we will review your abstract then follow up with questions to place you in the best track.
What kind of poster do you have?
I am interested in giving an oral talk on my research if selected. (NOTE: This is NOT a competition) *
The oral talks will be 20 minutes per participant. If you already have or will have a presentation in powerpoint format ready before convention and would like to present your work to judges, select yes. Else, select no. Only a small number of OUTSTANDING ABSTRACTS WILL BE SELECTED for oral talks. You will be notified if you are selected through email and phone.
Research Information
Please enter the title of your project *
Please enter your research advisor's or project supervisor's NAME and TITLE if applicable
Are you the SOLE AUTHOR of the research being presented? *
Select no if other students are actively involved in the research project.
If there are other authors that worked on this research project, please list their name(s) and email address(es).
Abstract *
2100 characters or less, including spaces (approximately 300 words). Plain text only, no special characters.
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