The Forum Can’t Happen Without Its Judges

By: Graduate Studies on

GRF 2014 News and Announcements

The Graduate Research Forum is in its 11th year thanks to our invaluable faculty judges and our incredible student researchers!

The Forum, which will take place on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in the UCF Student Union, Pegasus Ballroom at 12:00 p.m., is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research and creative projects and receive valuable feedback for a chance to win cash awards.

Consider being a faculty judge for the Forum by volunteering just an hour or two of your time and learning about some of the research our students are undertaking. Help students hone in on their research skills and enhance their presentation experience, and they could win cash awards and receive university-wide recognition.

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the online form here.

For more information about the Graduate Research Forum, please visit graduate.ucf.edu/researchforum.

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