All Elizabethtown College students are encouraged to share their ideas and show their creativity during Scholarship and Creative Arts Days.
Deadline for submissions is March 7.
To join the celebration, follow these steps:
1. Find a Faculty or Staff Mentor
All students interested in participating in Scholarship and Creative Arts Days must be sponsored by a faculty or staff mentor. Mentors can be any full-time or adjunct member of Elizabethtown College’s faculty or staff.
2. Write an Abstract; Submit to Faculty or Staff Mentor
If you are interested in presenting, please submit an abstract of 250 words or less to your mentor. 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. Once a faculty mentor has approved an abstract, he/she will submit it on your behalf using the link below. Faculty approval and submission of the abstract constitute acceptance of the abstract for SCAD. For each submission, the faculty or staff mentor and student presenter will receive an email confirming that the SCAD Committee has received the abstract. Confirmation emails will be sent no later than March 19.
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3. Prepare Your Presentation/Performance
You should carefully prepare your Scholarship and Creative Arts Days presentation/performance in consultation with your faculty or staff mentor. Time limits must be strictly respected. A detailed schedule of student presentations will be included in the program, which will be posted to this website in April.
JayScholar is Etown's online, open-access showcase of the college community's scholarly and creative works. The High Library is now collecting many types of materials for inclusion in JayScholar, from theses and capstone projects to SCAD and SCARP presentations, student art, faculty scholarship, etc.