Supporting Student Presenters

Students across all disciplines are encouraged to share their student-driven research and creative projects they've worked on throughout the academic year. Submissions are welcome from projects in all stages. Encourage your students to present on a paper they wrote in class or a research question they are developing, to give a performance, or to showcase a film or art series.

Faculty mentors are strongly encouraged to attend the Symposium and to assist their students with abstract development and presentation practice or poster design, particularly students who have not yet presented their work for a general audience. The presentations are intended to stimulate discussion among presenters, faculty mentors, and the CU Denver community.

Registration to present closes March 29th, 2023 at 11:59 PM. View full registration details here.

Get Students Involved

Motivate students in your courses to attend RaCAS by offering extra credit! This will introduce students not active in research or creative investigation to the work being done by fellow students. It will also foster peer-to-peer interactions discussing academic subjects. Have class on Friday, April 28th, 2023? Allow students to attend as part of your course schedule.

Not sure what to do for extra credit? Below are some ideas:

Volunteer Opportunities

RaCAS is a community event and there are many ways for faculty and staff to get involved. 

RaCAS reviewers volunteer their time, enthusiasm, and expertise to help our students grow as researchers and creative scholars. Reviewers engage directly with students and their projects; asking questions, guiding discussions, and providing constructive input that supports the educational mission of the symposium. CU Denver faculty, staff, and community partners are encouraged to sign up to review projects in-person on April 28th, 2023.

Review Student Presentations

Questions? Contact