Applications for TiA 2014 are now closed. Check back here in a few weeks for the 2014 conference schedule.
For the purpose of this conference, a capstone project may include:
- an independent study, GISP, or ISP
- academic research, a department capstone, or a thesis
- a campus or national fellowship
- a grant project (Creative Arts Council, Research at Brown, etc.)
- an art installation or theater, dance, or vocal performance
- a community service project (acting as a Swearer Center Coordinator, etc.)
- long-term leadership in campus employment or student groups
Selected participants will present their capstone projects in groups or with posters. Group presentations allow presenters to construct cohesive presentations alongside fellow TiA participants. Group presentations may take the form of workshops, panels, performances, and more! Posters allow you to work more individually and present at TiA’s poster session on April 27th.
We are interested in hearing about what made your work a capstone to your Brown experience! If you have questions or concerns about applying or participating, please email email@example.com.