Must be 250 words or less. The abstract should be one paragraph; do not use hard returns. Do not place your abstract in quotation marks. Use html tags for special characters or formatting in the Title and Abstract.
List 3 keywords that reflect important concepts or topics in your presentation. Capitalize the keywords and separate them with commas.
Did the research involve people as subjects? (surveys, experiments, etc.)
Did this research involve vertebrate animals as subjects? (experiments, etc.)
All oral sessions will have a projector, a computer and Powerpoint. Please list additional requirements below (e.g., internet, table requirements, floor space requirements, power to your poster/creative works display, seating for instrumental performances, rearrangement of room layout, etc.). If you are a creative works or constructed object presenter, you must specify the amount of floor space needed.
If your presentation content should be placed in a specific session or theme that may not be obvious from the title or your program affiliation, please select the most appropriate category. If you do not see a relevant category, select "Other" and fill it in below.
Does your presentation contain content or themes concerning diversity
Does your presentation contain content or themes concerning human impact on the world, sustainability
If you would like to present with other specific presenters or in a specific order, please give as much information as possible here so that we may try to honor your request. Presenters who have more than three presenters and/or who are performing longer artistic pieces may request a double session. The SOURCE committee must approve your request and you will be notified after the submission deadline of the decision.