The 16th annual MARCUS Conference was held at Sweet Briar College on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Approximately 100 undergraduate students from 18 colleges and universities in Virginia and surrounding states participated in the conference. Students presented their research in oral sessions organized by discipline and in a multi-disciplinary poster session. Faculty, other students, parents and friends also were in attendance to support the student scholars.
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The 2015 MARCUS Conference will be held at
Sweet Briar College on Saturday, October 10, 2015.
Please email any questions about the conference, as well as requests to be added to the mailing list, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Note on Creative Endeavors:
Projects involving creative work such as writing prose or poetry will be considered for acceptance if a significant component of the project involves supporting research. Abstracts for both posters and oral presentations should document the research process, provide context for the creative work, and indicate the type of creative format that will be presented. The conference presentation should do likewise, including a significant component on the research process and context of the work in addition to all or a sampling of the creative work itself.