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2020 Images of Research Competition

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there examples I can see to get an idea of what this competition is about?

How many images may I submit?

You may submit up to three images.  Keep in mind that while you can submit up to 3 images, each image should stand on its own as the judges will be judging individual images, not series of images.

What happens to my submission?

Winning submissions will be archived in TexasScholarWorks, the online digital repository for the University.  It will be preserved in perpetuity and discoverable with a Google search.  You retain copyright. By submitting to the competition, you are agreeing to deposit your image in Texas ScholarWorks and confirming that you are the creator of the image and narrative, and thus the copyright holder. 

Winning images will also be printed in poster size and displayed in PCL during the Awards Ceremony and throughout Research Week 2019.

I'm a graduate student. May I submit?

Graduate students may not submit.  The competition is for undergraduates only.

I'm an undergraduate but I'm not currently enrolled. May I submit?

You must be enrolled in the spring 2019 semester to be eligible for the competition.

Does the research have to represent work done while at UT-Austin?

The image must represent research done while at UT-Austin.

Who is judging?

Staff members from different departments on campus who work closely with undergraduate researchers have agreed to judge the competition.   

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