What is Scholars Week?
Each year Baylor sponsors a series of events to celebrate undergraduate creativity.
In mid-spring Baylor dedicates an entire week to undergraduate scholarly presentation.
Students that have conducted research within the past year are encouraged to present
their work. Majors in Computer Science and Engineering display new designs, while
film students participate in the Black Glasses Festival. Students from humanities,
languages, arts and professional fields, such as business, give platform presentations
attended by faculty and other undergraduates. Student researchers from the sciences,
mathematics and quantitative social sciences set up poster presentations in the Baylor
Sciences Building. Academic departments give awards for the best research designs and
presentations, including outstanding individual and group presentation. Students who
are not involved in presentations are encouraged to attend Scholars Week and learn about
the different opportunities available to them.
When is Scholars Week?
April 1-5, 2019
Scholars Week Presentations
Platform presentations will be held April 1st and 2nd on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Bill Daniel Student Center. Poster presentations will be April 1st - 3rd held in the Baylor Sciences Building.
For chosen Faculty/Staff and Students for their Outstanding representation during the 2018-2019 school year and the 2019 Scholars Week.
The reception will be located in the Barfield Drawing Room on Friday, April 5th from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
How to apply
To apply to present at Scholars Week, please fill out the application.
Submission Deadline: Friday, February 22, 2019
Instructions for Presenters
Click here to view instructions for student presenters.
If you have questions about URSA Scholars Week, contact the URSA Director at Nathan_Elkins@baylor.edu or URSA Assistant Director at Tamarah_Adair@baylor.edu.