Saturday April 18, 2015
The UM Graduate Student Research Conference brings together graduate students, community members, and faculty from a variety of disciplines. It offers graduate students an opportunity to gain valuable professional experience by presenting their work in a formal and intellectually supportive environment. It also fosters greater understanding among graduate students and faculty of the various disciplines' approaches to and methods of research.
The conference program includes oral presentations and poster presentations, a complimentary lunch with a panel discussion, and a post-session reception. This one-day conference takes place on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the University Center (see the schedule page for details).
Please join us for a reception in the UC Commons 4pm-6pm, following the final paper/poster session of the day. This is a great opportunity to socialize with fellow presenters and faculty
Student abstracts, posters and oral presentations are rated by faculty judges. Awards for the top-rated students will be announced the week following the conference.
For more information, please contact us at:
GSRC Organizing Committee
Committee chair: Earle Adams (Chemistry & Biochemistry)
Committee members: Douglas Brugger (Geosciences), Leora Bar-el (Linguistics), Duncan Campbell (Psychology), Greg Machek (Psychology), Alex Metcalf (Forestry and Conservation), Libby Metcalf (Forestry and Conservation), Keith Parker (Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences), Sandy Ross (Chemistry and Biochemistry and Dean of the Graduate School), Kelly Speer (The Graduate School), Wendy Walker (Mansfield Library).
We'd like to thank our sponsors: The Office of the Provost, The Office of the Vice President for Research and Creative Scholarship, and The Graduate School.