10th Annual Cascades Research & Scholarship Symposium

Wednesday, May 24, 2023

  • The Cascades Research & Scholarship Symposium is an annual showcase of student projects and research.
  • Takes place at Edward J. Ray Hall.
  • Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to check out OSU-Cascades projects from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

2023 Cascades Research & Scholarship Symposium Student Talks Schedule (PDF)

2023 Cascades Research & Scholarship Symposium Posters by Student Major (PDF)

2023 Application Information: Read Before Applying

The 10th Annual Cascades Research & Scholarship Symposium on May 24 is your opportunity to celebrate your achievements in research and scholarship, and share your work with the OSU-Cascades and Bend community. You will have the opportunity to present a poster, oral presentation in the form of a lightning talk or reading, other scholarship or art display, or a combination of these. The poster session is from 11 to 1 p.m., with oral presentations scheduled throughout this time in a neighboring classroom.

In the application you will be asked to provide the following information:

  • Poster/presentation title, abstract, authors, and presenters.
  • Verification that your faculty advisor has approved your application.
  • Name of your faculty advisor and their email.
  • The category your work falls within (e.g., art, engineering, etc.).
  • Funding sources (e.g., Layman Fellowship, URSA, etc.).
  • Your OSU ID.

Registration for the 2023 Symposium is now closed.


When your application is approved, you will be added to a Canvas course with instructions for preparing your presentation.

  • Posters must be 48” x 36” (4’ x 3’) and follow the appropriate template. Typical poster sections include a description/literature review, methodology/process, outcomes/conclusions and impact/next steps.
  • Always include a title, names of group members, faculty mentors, award/grant support and sponsors (this includes URSA Engage and Layman Fellowship).

Poster Resources