InnovateUNO Spring 2023 Registration

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InnovateUNO Spring 2023 Registration

UNO's annual research symposium spotlights the investigative work being conducted on our campus and in our research community.

When and where


Earl K. Long Library 2000 Lakeshore Drive New Orleans, LA 70148

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About this event

  • 2 days 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The University of New Orleans's annual research symposium spotlights the investigative work being conducted on our campus and in our research community. If you are engaged in research, scholarly, creative, or innovative projects, you can use this platform to test your ideas, network with your peers, and share your success. UNO students can even win awards! Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff at UNO can present their work as oral presentations, art displays, performances, posters, or film screenings.


Select a "Participant/Presenter" ticket if you'd like to share your work at the symposium. Please review all guidelines listed at

This year, InnovateUNO will adhere to a pre-planned block schedule. Presenters interested in registering should note the times in which they will be expected to present their materials.

UNO students will be eligible for cash prizes in every category. Undergraduate students who place in their categories may be invited to present at the University of Louisiana System (ULS) Academic Summit.

Registration to present at InnovateUNO ends on February 3, 2023.

If you are in the process of working on a project, fill out the form as best as you can—you have until February 24, 2023 to finalize your abstract.


All current faculty, staff, and students at UNO may participate. All academic disciplines are encouraged to participate.

Work needs to be completed under the auspices of the University of New Orleans. This includes but is not limited to course/group projects, funded/non-funded projects, and projects completed in conjunction with internships/partnerships that are part of a UNO collaborative.


If you are (1) a UNO faculty or staff member or (2) a UNO graduate student, we'd like you to help us assess our program participants.

Select a "Judge" ticket if you'd like to sign up. Judges will be asked to attend an orientation program prior to the event. During the event, judges will evaluate participants' presentations using a standardized rubric. Judges will evaluate a small subset of presentations, and the scores will be averaged to determine the winners.

If you are a faculty mentor, you cannot judge the students you mentored.

Registration to serve as a judge ends on February 17, 2023.


By registering, you consent to be photographed, filmed, and/or otherwise recorded. You consent to the use of such photography, filming, and/or recording for the purposes of promoting the University of New Orleans, the Office of Research, and InnovateUNO.