High-PURCS 2013 Submission Form This form is to submit a proposal for an oral, poster, or performance presentation. Please review presentation guidelines before completing this form. You will need to include two abstracts: 50 words and 250 words. See the second page of this form for details.Your InformationNameFirstLastStudent ID number*Student's University Email*Enter EmailConfirm EmailDo you have additional co-presentors? If so, please list them here. Click the plus button to add additional authors.First NameLast NameEmail Do you have non-presenting co-authors? If so, please list them here in the appropriate sequence. Click the plus button to add additional authors. Include all information for one co-author (first, last name, and email) before adding a second co-author.First NameLast NameEmail Mentor InformationMentor's NameFirstLastAdditional Mentors?Click the plus button to add additional mentors to the list.Additional Mentor's Full NameAdditional Mentor's Department Faculty Mentor's University email*First Mentor ListedAdditional Mentor email?Second Mentor's emailIs your mentor or mentors co-authorsYesNo Presentation InformationPlease list the information regarding your submission.Title of Your Presentation*Please enter the full title of your presentation.Identify the top three topic headings (in rank order) you think this presentation best fits:First ChoiceSelect a categoryAccountingAnthropology/SociologyArtBiologyChemistry & PhysicsCommunicationsComputer ScienceCriminal JusticeEducationEnglishEntrepreneurshipHealth SciencesHistoryHome Furnishing/Interior DesignMarketingEconomicsMathematicsModern LanguagesMusicPolitical SciencePsychologyReligion/PhilosophyTheatreSecond ChoiceSelect a categoryAccountingAnthropology/SociologyArtBiologyChemistry & PhysicsCommunicationsCriminal JusticeEducationEnglishEntrepreneurshipHealth SciencesHistoryHome Furnishing/Interior DesignMarketingEconomicsMathematicsModern LanguagesMusicPolitical SciencePsychologyReligion/PhilosophyTheatreThird ChoiceSelect a categoryAccountingAnthropology/SociologyArtBiologyChemistry & PhysicsCommunicationsCriminal JusticeEducationEnglishEntrepreneurshipHealth SciencesHistoryHome Furnishing/Interior DesignMarketingEconomicsMathematicsModern LanguagesMusicPolitical SciencePsychologyReligion/PhilosophyTheatreOtherPresentation FormatFor oral presentations, all rooms have a PC with PowerPoint, a projector, and a DVD player. Posters will be attached to a foam board (36in x 48 in) on a tripod easel. See Presentation Guidelines for more detail. Please select a presentation formatOral PresentationPoster PresentationPerformanceArt DisplayPlease indicate Performance TypeMusicDanceDrama / Theatre / ReadingIf you have any special needs or instructions please state below (optional):What is the name of the conference you presented this work before? Please don't use initials. AbstractYou must submit two (2) abstracts (project descriptions): Short Description (50 Word Max): The short abstract will appear verbatim in the program book. Your short abstract should be created as a separate file and uploaded to this form. Create the short abstract in a WORD file (.doc or .docx) and name the file "FirstName.LastName-short". Your short abstract should be properly formatted as directed below; it will not be accepted if it is not formatted correctly. Be sure to spell check your document before you upload it. Please use the following format for your short abstract: Title of the Presentation in Italics, Capitalizing Each Word, and Bolded Name of the Author(s) bolded (separate multiple authors with commas and write “and” before the last author), Institution Mentor: Write Mentor’s Name, Department (not bolded) [space] start abstract text... ___________________________________________________ Example of Abstract Format for Short Abstract Submissions:Activated Psyllium Fibers and Cellulose as Chelating Agents Paige Coleman, High Point University Mentor: Chris Fowler, Chemistry Abstract text starts here…. ___________________________________________________ Longer Project Description (250 Word Max): A longer description of your project will be read by reviewers to determine if your work should be accepted. Please prepare your long abstract in a separate document, spell check it, and cut and paste it in the text box below. Make sure your description is long enough (but not longer than 250 words) to explain your work. Please include: Name(s) Title of the presentation Mentor's name(s) Institution Department [space] abstract text (250 word limit) Note: The word limit does not include name / title / mentor information.Upload Short Abstract hereCopy and paste your long abstract hereNote- You will not be able to format in this text box. Note - When you submit this form you should receive a confirmation of your submission via email. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not receive this confirmation email.Has this work been accepted for presentation or performance elsewhere?YesNoPlease tell us where this work has been presented/performed before. Please do not use Acronyms.