Registration Guides

SSD 2022 will offer In-Person, Live via ZOOM, and Recorded presentations. During registration, presenters will have the option to choose In-Person or Virtual for some presentation types. Whether you choose In-Person or Virtual, it is the same process as seen in the Registration Guides below. See the Types of Presentations section on the Registration Process webpage for more details about the presentation types.


Student Presenter Registration Guides

Poster Presentation

Poster Step by Step Registration Guide

Oral Presentation

Oral and/or Visual Presentation Step by Step Registration Guide

2-D Exhibition Art

2-D Exhibition Art Step by Step Registration Guide

3-D Exhibition Art

3-D Exhibition Art Step by Step Registration Guide

Film and Video

Film and Video Step by Step Registration Guide

Live Performance

Live Performance Step by Step Registration Guide


Faculty Mentor Registration Guides

Mentor Guide

Mentor Step by Step Registration Guide

Session

Session (Faculty Initiated) Step by Step Registration Guide

Extended Session

Extended Session (Faculty Initiated) Step by Step Registration Guide


Symposium FAQs

Student Scholars Day 2022 is a hybrid between in-person, live via ZOOM, and recorded presentations. Student presenters are asked to submit a recorded presentation to Symposium by April 6, 2022. Presentations will be available for viewing beginning April 11, 2022 and continue through April 25, 2022. You can find more information on our Preparing Presentations webpage.

Symposium allows for anyone viewing a presentation to leave a comment/question on the presentation. Everyone identified as a presenter will receive an email notification that a comment/question was submitted. Presenters can then respond to the comment/question back in the Symposium system.

Yes! Symposium allows for anyone doing a poster presentation to upload a PDF of the poster, as well as a YouTube link to you talking about your poster. You can find more information on our Presentation Tips webpage.

Record yourself giving your presentation, upload your video to YouTube, then submit the YouTube link to Symposium. You can find more information on our Presentation Tips webpage.

Yes! Symposium allows for you to submit a YouTube link to your exhibition, performance, film, etc. as well as a YouTube link to you talking about your exhibition, performance, film, etc. You can find more information on our Presentation Tips webpage.

Yes, up to 7 co-presenters (8 total presenters) can be associated with a presentation. One designated person from each group will need to fill out the form (including adding their co-presenters' information) and submit the presentation. If multiple co-presenters are listed as part of a submission, all of them will receive notifications associated with posted comments to that presentation.

Unfortunately, the combinations for media that can be included per submission are limited to one PDF + video, one video only, or two videos. If there are multiple separate voice presentations, they cannot be added for each presenter. The individual recordings would need to be spliced together as one recording or linked separately in the abstract (or another) section.

Yes, students will need to create their own accounts on Symposium. The  @mail.gvsu.edu email domain has been pre-verified, therefore students will be able to sign up and register for the event using their corresponding emails.

Anyone wanting to gain access to the presentations will also need their own account. If you DO NOT already have an @gvsu.edu or @mail.gvsu.edu email address, please submit your RSVP by April 6th to view presentations.



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