Honors Student Application

Complete this form if you presenting your Senior Honors Project at the Celebration. Applications are due by February 19, 2015 and abstracts are due March 9, 2015.

NOTE: If your project involved the use of the human subjects or animals, you should have secured approval from the IRB or the IACUC prior to the start of the project in order to present at the Celebration.
  • List the name of the faculty advisor for your project.
  • PRESENTATION TYPE

    If you are presenting outside of the Celebration, indicate the name, location, and date of the conference.
  • PREFERRED PRESENTATION TIMES

    If you are presenting a paper at one of the Honors Panel Sessions, the panels dates and times will be listed soon. A confirmation of your presentation time will be emailed to you once the deadline for applications has passed.

    Do NOT indicate a time if you participating in the Poster Session on Monday, April 13 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM.
  • TITLE & ABSTRACT

    Please complete this section and paste your abstract text in the box below. If the abstract is not ready at this time, please email it to celebration@jcu.edu by March 9, 2015.

    For abstract guidelines including format and word limit, click here. Abstracts will be subject to editing. Note: if your project received funding, please acknowledge the funder in your abstract.

    Human subjects research projects and animal studies require prior approval from the IRB and the IACUC respectively to be presented at the Celebration.
  • List here anything else you want to tell us about your presentation.
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT

    Once you submit this form, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement. If you have any questions after submission, contact Megan Wilson-Reitz. We will be in touch with you closer to the event with confirmation of your presentation time as well as other information.
  • CARROLL COLLECTED

    Celebration of Scholarship posters and presentations can be archived in Carroll Collected, John Carroll’s new institutional repository. Placing your work in the repository will give you a permanent online, open-access location for your work. Information on placing your work in Carroll Collected is available here.