March 31st – April 4th 2014
Mendenhall Student Center
The 2014 Conference offers options for oral and poster, and for face-to-face and online. Please be sure to choose one of each option on the abstract submission form. The details for all options are located on the Format tab/page as well. The number of oral face-to-face presentations may be limited based on a first submitted basis. Please note that students may print RCAW posters at no charge through the large format poster printing service offered by ITCS.
ECU Research and Creative Achievement Week provides students with an excellent opportunity to practice their presentation skills and meet other creative scholars at ECU with similar
UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE students (you must be an East Carolina University student to submit an abstract) are invited to present their research to fellow students, colleagues, faculty, and the local community in a professional, conference-style setting. We define research as an original systematic investigation and/or original creative activity designed to develop or
contribute to generalizable knowledge or culture.
Students may present their research in any one of the following categories:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Fine & Performing Arts
- Human Health
- Natural Sciences
- Social Sciences
- Technology and Computer Science
- Visual Art & Design
If you are interested in participating in ECU Research and Creative Achievement Week, please complete an abstract submission form and submit it as required. Abstract submissions for 2014 will be accepted from January 13 – February 3, 2014. Go to the Abstract Submission page to learn more about the submission process. Please pay careful attention to the abstract
submission guidelines provided.
We reserve the right to shift abstracts into other categories in order to achieve a best fit and to ensure we have at least five submissions
Points of Contact
Tom McConnell, Chair
Mary Farwell, Co-chair
If you would like to Volunteer or have Questions? E-mail: RESEARCHWEEK@ecu.edu