Call for Abstracts

Online Abstract Submission Process
  • Your abstract must be submitted no later than
    Friday, March 24, 2017 at Noon.
  • You must complete all fields.
  • Both the Student Contact and the Faculty Sponsor will receive an e-mail receipt of this submission.
  • If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within 24 hours, contact Dr. Harris at 713-525-3805.
Student Contact
For projects with multiple members, the group must select one person to serve as the primary student contact.
   First Name  
   Last Name  
   E-mail Address  
*Must be a real/validemailaddress.
   Student ID  
   Degree Level:   Undergraduate Graduate
   Daytime Telephone Number   - -
   Student's Research Department Code (e.g., BIOL, CHEM)  
Faculty Sponsor(s)

(some projects may not have a co-sponsor)
Project Title
Last name, First name; Last name, First name; etc.
150-Word Abstract
This is a clear and concise summary of your research. It must be free of misspellings and grammatical errors and ready for publication "as is." No one will correct your errors. The document should be "text wrapped," with no returns. You should write your abstract, have your sponsor proofread and approve and then cut and paste it into the space provided below. Your faculty sponsor MUST proofread and approve your submission before you submit your abstract. We will only accept abstracts submitted through this portal.
      Please check this box to verify that this abstract has been read and approved by your faculty sponsor.
Presentation Style
   Individual presentation   Group Presentation
Presentation Format
   12 minute Talk   Poster Both
Time you WISH to present (an attempt will be made, if possible, to honor this request, but none are guaranteed).  Saturday will only be scheduled if we can’t accommodate all of the presentations on Friday.  Please understand that we may not be allowing presentations on Saturday and will schedule you for a session on Friday if necessary:

Faculty Authorization Code
Is This a Capstone Project?
A capstone project is one that is completed during the last year of study (research report, thesis or senior paper) and is a requirement for your major or minor.