Annual USF Research Exhibition
REX is an opportunity for our students and faculty to share their research. REX is an evening that highlights our students’ scholarship through a keynote speaker, a poster session, other displays of scholarships, a creative writing panel and short presentations. The evening will begin with the keynote speaker and be followed by short oral presentations and the creative writing panel. Then posters and other displays of scholarship will be shared. The posters are judged by local scientists, potential employers, alumni, and faculty. The posters are evaluated on both content and presentation. In preparation for the poster competition a poster workshop will be available for students to receive feedback and assistance with their poster. REX is open to the USF community and the general public.
The following video highlights the poster session portion of REX:
Examples of Previous Years’ Poster Topics Include:
- The Problem of Spiritual Healing
- The Effect of Effleurage Massage on Pain, Anxiety and Vital Signs in Chemotherapy Patients
- Expert Witnesses in the Courts
- Abraham Lincoln’s View on Slavery
- A Bioassessment of the Fish Population in the Ohio River near Zimmer Power Plant
- The Greenery of the Blue Hole: A Vegetative Cover Study of Blue Hole Cay, Andros Island, Bahamas
Examples of Other Forms of Displayable Scholarship:
- Scale Models
- Works of Art
2017 Research Exhibition Details
The research exhibition will take place on Thursday, March 30th in the downtown Business Center.
Plenary Speaker Competition
We are pleased to announce that we will have two student plenary speakers this year. Our first speaker, Kye Aestlinn, will be presenting a research analysis on LeAnne Howe’s Shell Shaker. Our second speaker, Brian Gabet, will present his research on the design of a novel neuroprotection agent.
Registration for the poster competition opens on February 17th. There is an early poster acceptance deadline of March 10th. The last date to register for the competition is March 27th. The poster presenters will be competing for a monetary award. The posters are judged by local scientists, potential employers, alumni, and faculty. Please limit poster dimensions to 24 X 36 in. Please contact Andrea Geyer with any questions.
Other Displays of Scholarship
Registration for other displays of scholarship opens on February 17th. There is an early acceptance deadline of March 10th. The last date to register for REX is March 27th. Please contact Andrea Geyer with any questions.
Creative Writing Panel
The creative writing panel will have an opportunity to share their creative work. To participate in this panel please submit a sample of creative work to Michael Levan by March 24th.
2016 Research Exhibition Details
The 2016 keynote speaker was Emily Richardson, a senior biology major. She discussed her work in Florida investigating the bottlenose dolphins in Indian River Lagoon.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Dr. Andrea Geyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.