First Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium
FSU First Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium
Rudolph Jones Student Center, 8:00am-4:00pm, April 5, 2019
FSU Honors and Undergraduate Research Program
Department of Education FSU HBCU Master's Program and Title III
The annual symposium celebrates the diversity of student research and creative activities. Whether you are a freshman, senior or a graduate student looking for a venue to share the results of your scholarship and research, you'll find events of interest to you at the Symposium. Open to all students, the symposium provides the opportunity for students to present their work in a professional setting. It also provides students with practical experience in public speaking and presentation skills. Additionally, it serves as a forum for our community to engage in student research.
- Keynote Speeches from outstanding alumni
- Outstanding Presentation Awards to be awarded to students at the symposium ceremony.
- Conference gift bags for all presenters at the registration table
- Presentations from students representing a variety of majors
Ways to Participate Learn about Research
- Attend a session: See your fellow students and faculty present talks, posters, or displays about their work.
Share your work
- Oral presentations: Present your work through a 15-minute oral presentation.
- Poster presentations: Present your work visually through a poster presentation that you explain to visitors.
- Display of Creative Work: Present and explain your work(s) through a table display.
- Performance: Give a 15-minute artist's talk with excerpts of performance or relevant samples of your work.
All students are invited to attend, whether you are presenting your projects or are simply wanting to learn more about research. Parents, friends, research mentors, and anyone else who is interested are also invited to attend the Symposium. The presenting students have some great projects to share, so don't miss out on the opportunity to learn about some unique research!