Student Presenters

The Forum is open to all currently enrolled University of Miami undergraduate students in all disciplines/fields.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Current UM undergraduate student
  • Shalala Ballroom OverviewResearch conducted under the supervision of a faculty mentor

Note: All research abstracts and associated materials require approval from your faculty mentor. To help ensure your RCIF participation is not impacted, please work with your mentor on gaining the necessary approval before the deadline. 

How to Apply

  1. Review all posted materials to familiarize yourself with the abstract and 3MT requirements.

  2. Declare your "Intent to Present" by submitting the short pre-registration form.

  3. Look for an email inviting you to create an account with our online platform, Oxford Abstracts.

  4. Review the submission checklist to ensure you have all of the required materials needed to register.

  5. Address any concerns your research mentor has in order to gain approval to participate.


Students interested in presenting at the April 23, 2021 RCIF need to submit a pre-registration form. You will not need to submit an abstract or any other materials at this time. After submitting your pre-registration form, participants will receive an email link inviting them to submit their RCIF materials for review.


Application Checklist

After submitting your pre-registration form, please start compiling the below items while you wait for the Oxford Abstracts link to be emailed to you.

  • Presenter Name
  • Co-presenter names (if applicable)
  • UM Email Address
  • Faculty Mentor UM Email Address
  • Project Title
  • Project Details
  • Abstract (Maximum 250 Words)
  • Research Discipline
  • Professional Looking Headshot

Research Mentor

Applicants will need to provide their research mentors' contact information including UM email address in order for them to review and provide final abstract approval. To help ensure a smooth application process, please meet with your mentor to review the abstract and if necessary make any corrections prior to submitting your application.