Student Research Opportunities
Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium - Information for Flash Talk Presentations
Preparing Your Flash Talk Presentation
Your flash talk should have the following format:
- Maximum of 3 minutes
- Maximum 1 slide
- The slide should convey the critical apects of your research project/creative activity.
Note: Laser pointers are not permitted.
Flash Talk Workshops
To help you prepare, the OSU Undergraduate Research Committee will host two flash talk workshops:
|March 30, 2022 @ 4:00 pm||Research Poster and Flash Talk Workshop, 413 Student Union (Exhibit Room 1)|
|April 5, 2022 @ 3:30 pm||Research Poster and Flash Talk Workshop, 408 Student Union (Case Study 1)|
Workshop participation is strongly encouraged for any student who has never given a 3-minute research Flash Talk.
Send Your Slide
Finalize your single slide file (as PowerPoint .ppt or Adobe .pdf file type), and email it to email@example.com by 1:00 pm on Monday, April 18.
We will prepare a title slide for your presentation with your name, your presentation title, and your research collaborators' names.
Day of the Symposium
Please arrive at the Alumni Center lobby between 3:00 and 3:10 pm and go to the check-in desk. You will receive a name tag and directions to the flash talk area. Please be in the presentation area (inside Click Hall of the Alumni Center) and ready to go at 3:15 pm.
You will present your talk in a session that includes a performing arts presentation and other flash talk presentations. A facilitator will manage the session, introduce each presenter, and then moderate a 2-minute Q&A following each presenter. Please plan to stay for the entire session.
After the Symposium
You will receive written feedback on your flash talk.
Participating in this event can be included on your CV/resume. Such designations vary by discipline, so ask your faculty sponsor how to denote your participation in the poster session event on your CV/resume.