We will prepare to host an on-campus event but will pursue a virtual option if necessary. Please check back for updates early in the spring semester.
All matriculated graduate students are invited to participate in the 8th Annual Graduate Student Research Fair on May 7, 2021 . The Fair encompasses multiple events:
Project and thesis completers from December 2020 - May 2021 have the opportunity to present their research in a fun, creative way. This contest intends to celebrate the exciting research conducted by graduate students across a spectrum of disciplines. The goal is to provide an environment where graduate students have the opportunity to explain their research in four-minutes in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience and in as entertaining a way as possible.
A preliminary contest among project completers will take place earlier in the spring semester. Eligible students (those that finished their project in Fall 2020 or January 2021 and those currently registerd for a master's project (690) or continuation course (721/722) will receive an email inviting them to participate.
All thesis completers will compete against each other during the finals to determine one thesis winner.
Outstanding Master's Project and Thesis Awardees and their advisers will be acknowledged. Awardees are determined by the Graduate Advisory Council. Advanced registration is requested but not required.
Poster presentation for graduate students to display and discuss their research with the campus and local community. Presenters must register online by Sunday, April 19, 2020 and submit their designed poster to Creative Services by Sunday, May 3rd (NO EXCEPTIONS). Students who submit their posters by Wednesday, April 29th will have the cost of their poster paid by the GSA. Please follow the guidelines set by the GSA for your poster presentation. Template options are also available to you. All are welcome to attend.
Refreshments and cash bar will be available throughout the duration of the Fair.
Please contact the Graduate Student Association with any questions.
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