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Rise 2022: Now Accepting Abstracts

Rise 2022 Expo
Abstracts due March 7. The first step for students who want to showcase their work at RISE is submitting an abstract or brief description of the work to be presented by March 7. If a project is still underway, we encourage students to share an abstract with the information in hand now and best ideas about what they hope to learn and discover.

Approved presentations due  April 1. If that abstract gets approved, students will be asked to create a short video presentation about their projects, due April 1.

Live question and answer on RISE Virtual Expo Day, April 14.  On the day of RISE, April 14, students will then talk with judges, peers, faculty, staff, and friends and family about their projects during one of two live video judging rounds, from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET or 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET. Student presenters can identify which time slot works best for their schedule.

RISE Awards announced April 15. Cash prizes awarded for top projects!

Help Recruiting External Judges. Please ask those who you think would enjoy this experience to complete our brief RISE Judge Interest Form and we’ll be in touch to get them signed up and ready to go for RISE!

Sharing Faculty and Staff Work. If you are a faculty or staff member  interested in sharing news about a scholarly work or project from the past year at RISE, simply share a short 100-word abstract with us about your project with us at and we will follow up with you directly. RISE is a collaboration between all Northeastern’s colleges and campuses and is presented by Undergraduate Research and Fellowships on behalf of the Office of the Chancellor.

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