14 July 2018 to 11 September 2018
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US/Eastern timezone

Instructions for submitting your abstract (KEEP THIS PAGE OPEN OR PRINT OUT THE INSTRUCTIONS)

1- Go to http://srs.newpaltz.edu/indico 2- Click the Call for Abstracts link, then click the submit a new abstract link. 3- If you are already in the system, log in, otherwise, create a new account. Please type in your email address carefully. You will receive an email from Indico Mailer confirming your login and password. 3- Login to Indico and click on SURE 2018 abstracts. 4- Click on Submit a new abstract and enter your title (80 character limit)  and abstract content (1500 character limit (with spaces)) 5- Add student author (you and the other students who worked on the project). Chose to manually enter the name, unless you are already in this system- in this case, use the search link. Type in your major (s) where indicated. Please type in your email addresses carefully.  6- Add your mentor(s) name to the student author section. Chose to enter manually if your mentor is not already in the system. Type in your mentor’s department. Please type in your mentor’s email address carefully. THEN MOVE THE MENTOR TO THE APPROPRIATE SECTION BY: A) Add the person as a Student Author, B) Click on the Gear icon next to the name of the person. The tooltip says "Configure roles". C) A menu should appear. Select the "Move to Faculty Mentors" option.

7- Do NOT provide comments. General information • Title is limited to 80 characters. • Abstract is limited to 1500 characters, Please follow the instructions provided at the workshop and check with your mentor before submitting. • You can cut and paste your abstract. •  The program should support Unicode characters for those of you who want to use Greek letters and other symbols. You’ll need to look up the Unicode for these special characters.

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