The week culminates with the Student Scholar Symposium and the Graduate Research Forum.

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Submissions are open for your research and creative projects for the Seventeenth Annual Graduate Research Forum!

Scheduled for Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1, in the Student Union, the Graduate Research Forum, is a part of Student Research Week

The Forum includes a Poster Presentation Forum on March 31 and an Oral Presentation Forum on April 1. Students will showcase their research and creative projects while receiving valuable feedback from faculty judges. Scholarship prizes are given and all participants receive university-wide recognition. Current UCF graduate students from all studies and disciplines are encouraged to participate.

To submit today all you need is an abstract of 250 words or less, along with your name, contact information, and the title of the presentation. There is no cost for submissions. Proposals must be received by Monday, February 10, 2020, Late submissions will not be accepted.

For more information on the Graduate Research Forum and submission guidelines, please visit www.graduate.ucf.edu/ResearchForum or email researchweek@ucf.edu.

UCF’s Student Research Week (March 30-April 3, 2020) provides opportunities for participants to learn, explore, and engage with the UCF community. Start the week at the kick-off celebration. Attend one of the many free workshops, discussions, and interactive presentations.

Graduate Research Forum Submission Dates

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