2016 NDUS Arts and Humanities Summit Abstract Submission
Call for Abstracts
2016 Abstract Submission Form
All authors may submit their abstracts by following the directions below. The deadline for submission of abstracts is on September 16, 2016. Please limit abstracts to 250 words or less.
The North Dakota University System Foundation will be offering two $300 awards, one for best exhibit (Arts), one for best paper (Humanities).
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 16, 2016
READ THE GUIDELINES FIRST BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT.
ABSTRACTS NOT FORMATTED CORRECTLY WILL BE RETURNED AS UNACCEPTABLE.
Guidelines and Rules for Submission
It is the author's responsibility to see that the following guidelines and instructions are followed to ensure optimal results.
1. Size. The entire abstract, including title, author(s), university, department and text must fit on half a sheet of (8.5" x 11") paper. The body of the abstract may have no more than 250 words, including any footnotes or acknowledgements.
2. Format. Use an Arial 11 pt. font; set 1" margins on all sides; single space only; do not use text boxes, tables, figures or diagrams.
3. Title. The title should be brief, clearly indicating the nature of the presentation. IT SHOULD APPEAR IN ALL CAPS AND BE IN BOLD TYPE.
4. Authors. Include all author's first name, middle initial, and last name. The presenting author's name should be listed first and underlined. Include all authors' department and university affiliations. If there are multiple authors with multiple affiliations (i.e. universities/departments) indicate affiliations according to the sample below.
Example title and authors, taken from the 2013 conference program booklet:
EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES OF THE RALPH N. ADAMS INSTITUTE MICROFABRICATION CLEANROOM COBRE CORE FACILITY
Ryan Grigsby 1 and Susan M. Lunte1,2,3. 1The Ralph N. Adams Institute for Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 3Department of Chemistry, University of Kansas
The R.N. Adams Microfabrication Facility contains 2,400 ft2 of class 5/6 cleanroom space, and 900 ft2 for micro machining equipment. This facility is under the direction of Dr. Susan Lunte. The facility and its services are available to KU researches in all departments, and provides training to new investigators and graduate students in the use of microfabrication procedures and equipment. In addition, the facility offers its services to academic and private industry researcher institutions outside of KU. The facility houses equipment providing techniques in photolithography, plasma etching of high surface ratio elements, wet etching, laser ablation, thin-film metal deposition, dielectric material thin-film deposition and microchip characterization. Services include hourly and per-semester paid access to KU researchers, and consultation and R&D development of microfluidic devices - specializing in glass and PDMS microfluidic devices for biomedical research applications.
5. No fax copies will be accepted in lieu of electronic submission.
6. Deadline: Submit your abstract by September 16, 2016. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be accepted.