Undergraduate Research and Creative Studies

 
Questions regarding Ovation?
Contact the U.R.C.S. Office
(440) 826-3360
ovation@bw.edu

Ovation is the annual celebration of student success and achievement.

SAVE THE DATE!

Ovation 2015

Thursday, April 30, 2015

(day classes recessed)

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

FOR CURRENT STUDENTS:

Intent to Present Procedure 

Open March 2 - April 2

 This registration indicates your intent to showcase your research or creative, scholarly work at OVATION 2015.

 The Intent to Present form can be found on Blackboard on the Ovation Organization.

 

CLICK here to login to Blackboard. Select Ovation under the Organization Tab.

 

Project Summary Submission Procedure 

Open March 16 - April 16

This form provides specific details about your research or creative project for presentation. 

The Project Summary Submission form can be found on Blackboard on the Ovation Organization.

 

CLICK here to login to Blackboard.   Select Ovation under the Organization Tab.

Ovation is Baldwin Wallace's celebration of student success and achievement. Held every Spring, this high-energy, festive event features student projects, presentations, performances and artwork. Ovation brings together students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and prospective students to celebrate the excellent work of our students and faculty.
Students representing all schools of the University present their work in the form of posters, displays, live presentations and performances. The day concludes with a campus-wide Honors Award Ceremony that recognizes students with scholarships and awards and honors faculty members for their dedication to teaching and learning.
 

 

 

OVATION 2014 PRESENTATION AWARDS

We All Want to Change the World:  A Deconstruction of the "White Album" 

Student(s):             Patrick Hyzy                  

Faculty Sponsor:    Beth Hiser

Exposure to NMDA Receptor Antagonists at P7 Alters Prepulse Inhibition at P21 in Rats

Student(s):            Janace Gifford, Rachel Zacharias                

Faculty Sponsor:   Brian Thomas

SPROUT: Long-Term Impacts of Residential Programs for Single-Parent Students in Higher Education

Student(s):          Rebecca Shisler, Brooke Hradisky  

Faculty Sponsor:  Jill Stephens Fleisher

GREEK LIFE AWARD

Seasonal Patterns of Anthocyanin Production in NE Ohio Plants

Katie Nadson from Alpha Gama Delta

PEOPLE'S CHOICE CLUB AWARD

YJ4L

 

 

 

 

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