Submit a Proposal. Present Your Ideas.
All Elizabethtown College students are encouraged to share their ideas and show their creativity on Scholarship and Creative Arts Day.
To join the celebration, follow these steps:
1. Find a Faculty Mentor
All students interested in participating in Scholarship and Creative Arts Day must be sponsored by a faculty mentor. Faculty mentors can be any full-time or adjunct member of Elizabethtown College’s faculty.
2. Write an Abstract; Submit to Faculty Mentor
A change in this year's SCAD is that instead of submitting a proposal online, if you are interested in presenting you will submit a 250-word abstract to your faculty mentor, who will vet the proposal and submit on your behalf.
An abstract is a summary of the content of the presentation, performance or exhibit. For academic presentations, an abstract should describe your research and summarize your conclusions. For performances and exhibits, an abstract should list the musical piece performed, the style of dance, or the medium used. Abstracts must be no more than 250 words.
Prepare Your Presentation/Performance
Student should carefully prepare their Scholarship and Creative Arts Day presentation/performance in consultation with their faculty mentor. Time limits will be strictly adhered to.
Only those students not selected for participation will be notified by the Scholarship and Creative Arts Day Committee. All others should assume that their presentation will be featured as part of the program. A detailed schedule of student presentations will be included in the 2014 program, which will be posted to this website in April.
Contact the SCAD Committee with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.