The 2014 Graduate Poster Forum will be held Friday, February 28, 2014
UC Campus Recreation Center, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As of Sunday, December 1, 2013, students can sign up to participate in the Graduate Poster Forum at https://gradapps.uc.edu/GradPosterForum/. Students may choose to present their research at Session 1 (9-11 a.m.) or Session 2 (11 a.m.-1 p.m.). All UC graduate students are welcome to participate.
All UC faculty members and postdoctoral fellows are encourages to sign up to judge one or both poster sessions. Judges are needed for the following categories: arts & humanities; life sciences & medicine; physical sciences & engineering; and social & behavioral sciences.
Faculty members and postdocs can sign up to judge at https://gradapps.uc.edu/GradPosterForumJudges/ starting Sunday, December 1, 2013.
Friday, March 1, 2013
TUC Great Hall
View the complete list of 2013 award winners.
The event is open to the university community, so bring your under/graduate classes on a tour of the posters or encourage your students to attend individually. Visitors will not only get firsthand knowledge of research in action, but students may have an opportunity to explore graduate school options.
All posters will be available for viewing that day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Maps of the posters and abstract books will be available so you can target your viewing to specific disciplines. Poster abstracts will be accessible online here as the event approaches.
Contact: email Megan.Tischner@uc.edu or call 513-556-2379 with any questions.
Each year the Graduate School hosts the Graduate Poster Forum to showcase graduate student research. Typically, between 175 and 200 students from all disciplines participate in this adjudicated university-wide event with poster topics ranging from Victorian sensation fiction to the mating habits of wolf spiders and West Nile virus.
Graduate students from across campus are invited to participate in the Graduate Poster Forum. Whether you want to get discipline-specific feedback on your research before you present nationally or you want to beef up your CV, the Graduate Poster Forum is a great opportunity and it is right in your own back yard. (And it is free to register!)