You Too Can Judge

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The College of Graduate Studies and the Graduate Student Association invite all UCF graduate faculty to plan for the Ninth Annual Graduate Research Forum scheduled for Tuesday, April 3, 2012, in the Pegasus Ballroom at the Student Union.

The Graduate Research Forum is an opportunity for graduate students to showcase their research and creative projects and to receive valuable feedback from faculty judges, such as yourself. Awards for best poster in each category are given and all participants receive recognition.

We need faculty volunteers to judge posters between 12:00pm and 1:00pm on April 3, 2011.

We invite you to be faculty judges for the event. Please support our students by completing the online judging form available on the Faculty and Staff website, select the Research Forum-Be a Judge button.

If you know of other faculty who would be interested, please share this article with them. Questions regarding the Graduate Research Forum should be directed to the Graduate Research Forum team at researchweek@ucf.edu.

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