• Abstract Submission

    Abstract Submissions for LaGuardia's 2022 Undergraduate Research Day are accepted through
    Monday, April 25, 2022.

    All abstracts must be submitted electronically by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 25, 2022 through the form below. No email submissions will be accepted.

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    • An abstract of ongoing and updated research projects is acceptable for submission and presentation.
    • Each student may submit one abstract as a first author. There is no limit to the number of times a student may appear as co-author on abstracts.
    • An abstract may only be submitted once. Duplicate abstracts (reporting the same data) that are submitted under a different title or author will be vetted and will not be considered.
    • Please proof-read your abstract carefully for formatting, spelling and data errors. Pay special attention to the author order and presenting author designation.
    • All abstracts must be reviewed, edited and approved by faculty mentors before submission. Presenters and their mentors will receive confirmation of abstract acceptance via email.
    • Accepted abstracts will be published in LaGuardia's Undergraduate Research Day website.
    • Changes to abstracts or authors will not be accepted after the submission deadline.
    • All material must be the work of authors listed and appropriately referenced.
    • Abstracts must be properly contained and organized into four sections identified as follows: Purpose/Objectives, Materials/Methods, Results and Conclusions.
    • The abstract cannot contain illustrations, images or graphs.
    • Abstract submissions must not include references. Presenters may include these items in their on-site presentations.
    • The maximum word limit of the body of the abstract is 250.
    • Please spell out all acronyms on first use.
    • Abstract title must be limited to 10 words less.
    • All abstracts are reviewed by at least one Conference Committee member.
    • The reviewing process is strictly confidential.
    • The Conference Committee reserves the right to decline any submitted abstracts that do not meet the above mentioned abstract submission's criteria.
    • Abstracts scoring categories:
      • Format
      • Clarity, spelling and grammar
      • Introduction and hypothesis
      • Methods
      • Results
      • Discussion