​Insect Biology Undergraduate Capstone Forum

Fall 2020

The Fall Semester 2020 Undergraduate Capstone Forum is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec 2nd (10:45AM) via Zoom. Successful completion of the capstone experience (ENTM 49310), including an oral presentation, and a written paper or poster, is a departmental requirement for graduation. Please see the ENTM 49390 syllabus for further information: https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/pages/entm-493.aspx

  • Students are responsible for emailing the title of their capstone presentation to Amanda Wilson no later than Nov 2nd if they intend to make their presentation during Fall Semester 2020.
  • Capstone presentations should be limited to 12 minutes with an additional 3 minutes for questions.

  • All students planning to participate in the Fall Semester Capstone Forum should be enrolled in ENTM 49390 during Fall Semester.

  • After the written capstone report or poster has been reviewed and approved by the capstone mentor, it must be uploaded to the ENTM 49390 capstone summary website no later than Friday, Dec 11th.  http://www.ag.purdue.edu/entm/Pages/capstone-summaries.aspx

  • If you have difficulties uploading your written report, please email it to Amanda Wilson.

Questions concerning the capstone requirements should be directed to:

Amanda Wilson
Academic Advisor
Department of Entomology
Ph: 765-494-9061


If you require special technical assistance with AV or computer equipment for your presentation, please contact the AgIT help desk at least one week in advance of the Forum. By default, the capstone forum will be set-up with a computer and LCD projector. Only students with special presentation requirements above and beyond a computer and projector will need to contact AgIT.

Phone: 4-8333
Email: AgITHelp@purdue.edu​

** Due to social distancing requirements, contact Eric Imboden about setting up a Zoom meeting/webinar **


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