Attention: All Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral Students
Searching for ways to make yourself stand out from the crowd in a busy employment marketplace?
Looking for opportunities to network and connect with faculty and potential employers?
You can accomplish all of the above by submitting an abstract to present at the University Student Research Symposium this spring!
As undergraduate or graduate students, you can submit a project that you may have completed for a class, or may be working on a research project for a course or for a project with a faculty member. You also may submit a research project you are doing or have done with a faculty member. And if you are a doctoral student, you could submit one of your research projects or work toward your dissertation. For all of these examples, submission of an abstract is a simple process that you can complete online!
For complete guidelines and to submit your proposal before the January 31 deadline, visit:
Eighth Annual Student Research Symposium
Saturday, April 12, 2014
8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
University Hall Conference Center
Open to all University students, the Symposium promotes and celebrates students’ research in all disciplines – with special attention to interdisciplinary projects and collaborations that foster exploration of issues from multiple perspectives.
Financial awards will be given to outstanding examples of interdisciplinary research. Students are invited to submit proposal abstracts that describe their research by the deadline. Please note that all research being conducted with human subjects must have IRB approval prior to commencement of the study.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS DEADLINE
January 31, 2014