Research and Creative Activity Fair FAQs
Q: What is the Research and Creative Activity Fair?
A: The Student Research and Creative Activity Fair (RCAF) provides a venue for UNO students, undergraduate and graduate, to showcase their research and creative activity as demonstrations/exhibits, oral presentations, performances and posters.
Q: When and where is the RCAF?
A: The 11th Annual RCAF will be held on March 1, 2019. Events will take place in the Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library from 9:00am - 4:00pm.
Q: Is it open to the public?
A: Yes. We invite all who are interested to attend. Guests to campus may park for free in the lower level of UNO’s East Garage (Lot T) on the Dodge Campus. Campus maps and parking information can be found here.
Q: Is there a schedule for the day?
A: Yes. Click here for the full event schedule from last year.
Q: Who can participate?
A: All UNO students from all disciplines, departments, and degree levels, inlcuding engineering students from the Pacific Street campus, are welcome to present. You must have a faculty advisor who worked with you regarding the project.
Q: What types of presentations are possible?
A: Participants may display their work as a(n):
- Oral Presentation
- Poster Presentation
Oral presentations and performances have a 13 minute time limit (including questions).
Q: Does my project have to be complete to participate?
A: No. Even if your project is still in progress, you may present what you have accomplished so far and what you anticipate to accomplish with your project.
Q: Where can I get my poster printed?
A: The UNO Creative Production Lab offers large format printing. Their prices, deadlines, and policies can be found on their website.
Q: Are group presentations allowed?
A: Yes. Each presentation must have a primary presenter and that person should submit the registration and list the other presenters in the designated form block.
Q: Can I present more than one project?
A: Yes. Each presenter may participate in up to two fair presentations.
Q: How do I register for the RCAF?
A: The registration form is available here. Registration opens on November 5, 2018, and closes on February 1, 2019.
Q: Will my presentation be judged?
A: Yes. We have enlisted the help of many Omaha community members to serve as judges. Judges will not be specialists in any particular discipline and will evaluate the general presentation skills of the participants. The evaluation form may be viewed here.
Q: Are any prizes awarded?
A: Yes. The number of awards and amounts are to be determined. The ceremony will take place after all presentations have been delivered, at approximately 4PM.
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