ACUR 2019 DRAFT

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WHERE AND WHEN
At the University of Newcastle’s award-winning NeW space education precinct in the heart of Newcastle’s CBD on 2-3 October, 2019. You can read more about the precinct here.

SUBMISSIONS OF ABSTRACTS AND PAPERS
Abstract submissions are now open.

The closing date for abstracts is Wednesday 3rd July 2019.

To be considered to present at ACUR 2019, all students wishing to present at ACUR 2019 must submit an abstract. You may submit a full paper with your abstract, or submit a paper following acceptance of your abstract.

We encourage students to submit abstracts and papers early to allow plenty of time to discuss arrangements for attending with supervisors, instructors and institutions if your submission is accepted.

Find out more about submission requirements and start the process here.

REGISTRATIONS
Early bird registration will be opening shortly, however you don’t need to register to submit an abstract.
Early bird registration deadline: Friday 30 August 2019
Registration fees: $99 early bird; $120 regular

WHO CAN ATTEND
Undergraduate and Honours students within 12 months of graduation from any Australasian or other registered higher education or tertiary education institutions, and first year Masters by Research students. Higher degree research students, supervisors and other people interested in undergraduate research are also welcome to attend. Aside from invited guest speakers conference presentations are restricted to undergraduate students.

WHAT CAN BE PRESENTED
Research on any topic conducted during or before undergraduate studies including research done in undergraduate courses and honours projects, vacation projects and work-experience research or other extra-curricular research.

TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS
Presentations may be posters, short oral presentations or presentations of full papers. Most presentations will be talks, but video and other presentation options will also be available on request.

OTHER ACTIVITIES
Discussion panels, development activities such as introductory Research Skills workshops, ‘research speed dating’ and networking/informal mentoring activities, a conference dinner and other student-organised social events.

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