Graduate Student Government (GSG) poster symposium
Paired with the 3MRP competiton, the GSG Poster Symposium offers graduate students a large forum and audience to showcase their research posters and compete for cash prizes.
GSG poster symposium information
2018 symposium will be held on Tuesday, March 27th in the High Country Conference Center. It will be paired with the 3MRP competition, and the awards will be announced after the 3MRP finals.
Abstracts are due February 16. Instructions for submitting an abstract are located below under “How to Apply.”
Call for posters Accordion Closed
Are you involved in an interesting research/project that you would like to showcase to all graduate students and faculty members of NAU? Do you have a poster that you have presented in a previous conference but you have not had a chance to exhibit it at NAU?
Why not present your work in the Graduate Poster Symposium 2018? We all want to know the great projects you have been working on!
Graduate students of NAU from all fields are encouraged to submit their abstract for this symposium. There will be awards for first, second, third, and most popular poster presentations.
Event descriptionAccordion Closed
The Graduate Poster Symposium will highlight a variety of programs, papers, projects, and research studies of the graduate students of Northern Arizona University from all disciplines. The event provides an opportunity for students to enhance their presentation skills, introduce their research to those outside of their discipline, and represent their respective Colleges.
This is a great opportunity to practice presenting your research to a crowd that is interested in science and current research at NAU. In participating, you can take advantage of the crowd that will be in attendance to hear compelling and plainly spoken research ideas and results. In addition, the poster presenters will have the opportunity to receive feedback from faculty members, graduate students, and other guests.
How to apply Accordion Closed
All accepted applicants will receive important logistical details, as well as strategies for organizing and presenting your work professionally.
Step 1: Fill out the submission form with your abstract and relevant information. Abstracts are due February 16.
Step 2: Review the instructions and logistical details sent to you by the GSG.
The Graduate Student Government will notify regarding acceptance of your abstract by March 1. Posters will be judged from the PDF, and the winner will be announced at the Poster Symposium event.