Research & Innovation Day
Friday, March 18, 2022
Fanshawe Centre for Research and Innovation (CRI) - would like to invite everyone to participate in Research & Innovation Day (RID). RID is a celebration of Fanshawe's prominence as an institute that pushes the boundaries of R&D to drive solutions for Canada and the globe through the world-class expertise of our faculty, staff and students.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RID 2022 will once again be held virtually. We will have an on-demand showcase of projects from across the College that will include research posters as well as pitch videos.
Award Categories for 2022
- Best research poster
- Best elevator pitch video
- Best industry or community partner connection
- Best example of multi-disciplinary/multi-faculty collaboration
* award-winning project teams will receive a cash prize of $1,000 per team, generously sponsored by Fanshawe Student Union
Incentives for Project Submissions:
- Every student submitting a project (including teams) that includes both a poster and elevator pitch video will receive a $50 gift card for the Fanshawe Bookstore - generously sponsored by Fanshawe Student Union
- All participants will receive a credit on their Co-Curricular Record as well as a certificate of recognition from CRI
LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT
Join us live from 1-3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 18, 2022
We will have presentations highlighting the research Fanshawe students are working on in the CARIB food innovation labs, stories of how CRI is working to support industry and community partners and a showcase of the top research projects of the year.
Submit your research project
Everyone at Fanshawe (student, faculty, staff, anyone) can submit their project for the on-demand virtual showcase, as long as it hasn't been featured previously in RID. Projects from previous years or multi-year projects are eligible. CRI reserves the right to limit the total number of projects that are displayed online.
Submission Deadline: February 25th, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
Submission must include:
1) Research Poster
- Upload your PowerPoint file through the registration link above
- You may design your own poster, but it must be a PowerPoint file and in 4:3 orientation
- You can use the Fanshawe College research poster PowerPoint template as an idea/format starting point and watch our handy instructional video!
2) Maximum 5-minute video presentation describing your project to the internet audience (research project "elevator pitch")
- Any video file format is fine. Your video must be submitted "as is" and "ready to go/final." There will be no editing or corrections provided
- The video can feature just you, or if it's a team project you can have one spokesperson, or submit one total maximum 5-minute edited video combining speaking from all team members. Be as creative as you wish, but remember to maintain appropriate social distancing rules.
- Record the video with good lighting and audio quality (you may be asked to re-record if necessary)
- Please submit a written transcript of your speaking notes/audio words (in a Microsoft Word file or text document. Identify the speaker's name). To save time, write your script ahead of time and read it (much faster than transcribing afterwards)
- Record your video in landscape orientation (not portrait)
- Watch our handy instructional video on how to create an effective elevator pitch video, and view our tip sheet of instructions
Have a question about RID?
Andrew Kaszowski, Industry Outreach and Communication Coordinator
Share your research work on FIRST
Faculty and students are encouraged to submit their research endeavours to FIRST, the institutional repository of Fanshawe College. Learn more about FIRST here.