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Student Research Symposium
2014 Student Research Symposium
April 23 and 24, 2014
Registration for the 2014 Student Research Symposium is now open!
Texas A&M University at Galveston (TAMUG) presents its 2014 Student Research Symposium on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 and Thursday, April 24, 2014 in the lobby of Sea Aggie Center. The Symposium is open to all TAMUG-based students, with separate categories for undergraduate and graduate students, and provides the opportunity to present research in a poster format. Participants are encouraged to present results from their current research projects, even if it is preliminary research as these presentations provide the student researcher the opportunity to discuss their research with other participants and faculty. In addition, the Symposium provides a venue for the exposure of student research to the broader TAMUG community. There is no registration fee for the Symposium. Posters submitted to the Research and Graduate Studies Office by the listed deadline of April 14, 2014 are printed free of charge (unless the Research and Graduate Office already printed a free poster during the Fall 2013 semester).
|March 28||Deadline for registration/Submission of Abstract|
|April 14||Posters due to the Research and Graduate Studies Office 300 Sea Aggie Center|
|April 23 and 24||Symposium|
|Wednesday, April 23|
|8:30 a.m.||Registration at SAGC Lobby for Graduate Students; Judges arrive and register at SAGC Lobby|
|9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.||Graduate Poster Presentation and Judging; Light refreshments will be served|
|Thursday, April 24|
|12:30 p.m.||Registration at SAGC Lobby for Undergraduate Students; Judges arrive and register at SAGC Lobby|
|1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.||Undergraduate Poster Presentation and Judging; Light refreshments will be provided|
|5:00 p.m.||Awards Reception & Ceremony (OCSB 142 Auditorium, light refreshments served)|
Abstracts are submitted in the indicated text box on the online registration form. The text of the abstract is limited to 200 words maximum. Abstracts should include:
- Title of the Project
- Names of all authors on the project. Lead author is listed first.
- Name of Faculty Advisor
- Department in which research was conducted
- Abstract text
Abstracts should be written in the original words of the poster presenter and should represent work that has not been published previously.
- Tutorial on how to create a poster in PowerPoint
- Place the title and the authors' names, research category, and academic status (undergraduate/graduate) prominently at the top of the poster to allow viewers to identify your presentation easily.
- Save posters as a PowerPoint document to a USB drive, and set it to print at 3 feet high by 4 feet wide (landscape).
- Posters are due no later than Monday, April 14, 2014. NEW for this year: Posters submitted after the deadline will not be printed for free. Please carefully proofread your poster prior to submission, as only one poster is printed per student or group of students for no charge if received on or before the due date.
- Posters are printed by the Research and Graduate Studies Office (RGSO). RGSO assigns the location of your poster. A map of poster locations will be provided during check-in on the day of Symposium.
- Poster presenters should plan to stand by their posters from 9:00 am to 11:00 am (for graduate students) on April 23, 2014 or 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (for undergraduate students) on April 24, 2014.
- All students (lead and co-authors) whose presentations are awarded will be recognized at the Awards Ceremony.
The top three posters (in each category and overall) presented by graduate and undergraduate students are recognized at the Awards Ceremony. Also, there is an opportunity for faculty, students, and staff to nominate a "People's Choice Award" this year during the judging. Recipients of the "People's Choice Award" are recognized at the Awards Ceremony as well. There are no cash prizes for any winners.
Please direct any questions regarding the symposium to:
Research and Graduate Studies Office
Suite 300, Sea Aggie Center