Graduate Research Symposium

Graduate Research Symposium
24th Annual Graduate Student Association Research Symposium
Date: April 27, 2018
Time: 12:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Busch Student Center
About the Symposium

The annual GSA Research Symposium is held each year during the spring semester and is an interdisciplinary forum open to all SLU graduate students. This year's symposium will be held on Friday, April 27, 2018, in the BSC Multipurpose Rooms 170-173 (the Wool Ballroom). Every department with graduate degree programs is encouraged to participate. Judges are selected from SLU faculty to represent the variety of disciplines. Monetary awards are given to the first, second, and third place papers and posters in each category.

Call for Abstracts

Students may present either a paper or a poster. Each year's paper and poster presentations are divided into categories based on the distribution of the participants. The deadline for abstract submissions is February 22, 2018 at 11:59 p.m.  

You may submit your abstract HERE; if the link is not working, copy and paste the url https://goo.gl/forms/aainpweeOZQuGn4y1 into your browser to access the submission form.  Please note that you will need to access this form through your SLU account.

You must submit your abstract electronically. There is no submission fee for abstracts and/or completed papers. Paper and poster abstracts must be submitted within the guidelines below for consideration and inclusion in the Research Symposium program. Please limit abstracts to no more than 150 words.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH YOUR ENTIRE PAPER.

Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be sent along with detailed guidelines for poster or paper presentations. A printed program of abstracts will be provided at the symposium.

Guidelines for Submission of Paper and Poster Abstracts
1. 
Presenters must be graduate students at Saint Louis University. (Faculty members should not be first author or be the main contact.) 
2. Students may be first author/presenter on only 1 submission. 
3. Abstracts must be titled (in the same way as poster/paper presentation).
4. Abstracts must be no more than 150 words. See http://arc.aje.com/make-great-first-impression-6-tips-writing-strong-abstract/ for assistance on developing a succinct abstract.

Inquiries or comments may be directed to:

Nick Reed and Dulce Vega, Symposium Co-Chairs
Graduate Student Association
Saint Louis University
E-mail: gsa@slu.edu
Phone (314) 977-2234