Share Your Accomplishments This form is to be used by UConn students to share their achievements in research, scholarship, or creative activity. We plan to share listings of students' accomplishments on the OUR website and Facebook page each semester. Name* First Last Email* Expected Graduation Date* Major(s)* Type of Accomplishment*Please choose the best category for your accomplishment in research, scholarship, or creative activity. Academic Year Research Experience or Creative Project (e.g., research-focused internship; membership in selective, regional orchestra) Award or Honor Exhibition or Performance Grant or Other Funding Presentation Publication Summer Research Experience or Creative Project (e.g., REU, hospital-based summer research program, dramaturgical work on new play development) Other Description of "Other" Accomplishment Description of Accomplishment*Please provide a brief description of your accomplishment. Example 1: I presented a poster, "Effects of Caffeine and Physostigmine on Memory Performance and Proactive Interference," at the Society for Neuroscience conference in San Diego, CA. The conference was held Nov 9-13, 2019. Example 2: I am exhibiting my sculpture as part of a collaborative show, "As Is," with three other artists at the Windham ArtSpace on March 27, 2022.Related URLEnter a related web address here (e.g., award announcement, online version of your article, online program). File UploadPlease upload any files you wish to share related to your accomplishment (e.g., digital copy of an article, publicity poster, program, image of you presenting). Drop files here or Select files Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, pdf, Max. file size: 100 MB, Max. files: 3. Advisors and CollaboratorsPlease provide the names, titles, and departmental affiliations of the faculty and/or graduate students who advised your work. If other students are involved, please list them here and identify them as students. Example: Advised by Jonathan Husky, Assistant Professor, KinesiologyNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.