3rd Annual Peer Beyond Graduate Research Symposium
Inspiring Interdisciplinary Collaboration: New Concepts, New Thinking, New Solutions
February 22, 2019 | Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning
Abstract Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM January 9, 2019
The Peer Beyond Graduate Research Symposium is a unique opportunity for graduate students to present their innovative research at an interdisciplinary conference. Hosted by the Graduate Students’ Association, the mission of this conference is to showcase the research on campus through adjudicated student oral and poster presentations and to cultivate interdisciplinary collaborations within the graduate community.
Please Note: Each presenter will be assigned one of the following presentation formats. Depending on the number of abstracts received, you may not receive your preferred method of presentation.
Each presenter will have approximately 12 minutes to speak and an additional 3 minutes for questions. Oral presentations should be tailored for a diverse audience and should contain language accessible to all graduate students.
Poster presenters will create a poster outlining their work, highlighting the main points of their research. Poster format with either be digital or hardcopy and will be determined following announcement of successful abstract submissions.
Art and Exhibit Displays
Students wishing to display artistic pieces, such as photography, fine art, and sculptures, or exhibits, such as prototypes or architectural models, are encouraged to submit an abstract. These pieces will be displayed alongside academic presentations, and each presenter will have an opportunity to engage conference attendees in constructive and collaborative conversation. If possible, please provide a .jpeg, .png, .tiff of your work.
Detailed information is available HERE: GSA Peer Beyond Graduate Research Symposium 2019_Supporting Document
Poster of the Symposium is available HERE