/ Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity


Project Registration

Each project must be registered. If multiple students are presenting a project, only ONE student needs to register the project.

Mentors and students can view a list of registered projects here.




On the registration form, the student researcher will be given the option of entering an abstract. A link to the project-specific G0ogle Doc will be sent to the student researcher and mentor and will be editable until the abstract deadline.

Mentor Approval

This process can happen any time between registration and the approval deadline.
Mentors can check for registered students, type of poster, title of projects, etc. on the Registration Report (link to come).  

Poster & Presentation Information Drop-In Sessions

Drop in at the Digital Media Lab to go over best practices for poster creation, common mistakes and tips for presenting a poster. Staff will be available to answer questions.

Van Wylen Library, Digital Media Lab (Second Floor)



Poster Completion Deadline


Poster Printing Deadline


Poster Setup

You may set up your poster when it is convenient for you within the above time frame. Push pins will be provided. If you cannot make it to set up on Thursday, please let us know.

Thursday, April 11, 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

Celebration Event

Richard & Helen DeVos Fieldhouse

Friday, April 12, 2024
Submit posters/presentations for loading on Digital Commons.

(Email request for posters will come from celebration@hope.edu)
April 8–26
Complete survey of the Celebration.

(Emailed to students by The Frost Research Center.)
April 12–26
Abstract book published.

(Request copies at celebration@hope.edu.)
June 2024