GREAT Day 2023
The 2023 GREAT Day is Wednesday, April 26, 2023. Classes will be cancelled so that everyone can participate. Abstract submissions are due Friday, March 10, 2023.
The deadline for submitting posters to the Duplicating Center to be printed is Monday, April 10th.
All students are encouraged to participate and may do so using a number of formats:
- Dance performances
- Flash (5-10 minute) presentations
- Instrumental performances
- Poster presentations
- PowerPoint presentations
- Paper presentations
- Readings of creative works, including poetry, prose, and fiction
- Vocal performances
- Theatrical performances
Oxford Abstracts will host submissions and the GREAT Day program. Follow this link to submit or follow this link for a Step-by-Step instruction guide. You will be able to view the GREAT Day Program on the Oxford Abstracts site by mid-April.
Posters: since we will no longer be able to hang posters on walls, please ensure any oversize posters are no larger than two poster boards (each poster board is 42" x 36"). We will not be able to display posters larger than this. A standard size poster is 42" x 36." Posters must be submitted to the Duplicating Center by April 10th to be printed for GREAT Day.
Lunch vouchers: Thanks to the generous support of Student Association, Jack '76 and Carol '76 Kramer, and CAS, student participants (including volunteers as well as presenters) and faculty sponsors will have $15 credited to their ID card to use to pay for lunch/food/drink during GREAT Day. This replaces a buffet lunch; please provide your G# when you submit to GREAT Day to receive this credit. Faculty sponsors will receive a $15 CAS gift card to be used at any establishment on campus serviced by CAS.
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