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Tuesday
Mar
21
5:00pm

Global Educational Forum Deadline for Student Abstracts

Now seeking abstracts in the following theme-based areas:

  • Interdisciplinary research on engineering and technology in the context of human development and biomechanics
  • Issues and perspectives on drinking water
  • Research on engineering and technology in the context of rehabilitation medicine and biomechanics

And non-theme-based areas such as:

  • Sport
  • Education
  • Development

All undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit abstracts.

Poster presentations: Focus on this year's global forum theme or on independent/directed studies, as well as on master's and dissertation studies. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words (and include the title, presenter's name, department affiliation, and email address of the leading author).

Poster session time: 2-3:15 p.m. March 28. Presenters must put up their posters between 8 and 9:30 a.m., and remove them by 6 p.m.

Poster presenters will receive a certificate of participation. The top four graduate poster presenters will receive a $75, $50, $35 and $25 prize, and the top three undergraduate students will receive $50, $35 and $25. Top 20 presenters overall will receive T-shirts. Every participant will receive a certificate of participation.

Deadline for Abstracts: Tuesday, March 21

Global Educational Forum Mission The mission of the Global Educational Forum is to provide faculty and students with an opportunity to share their research studies as contextualized within UGA's diverse academic disciplines. The forum brings together faculty from within and outside the University of Georgia to discuss their research agendas in global context. Graduate and undergraduate students get the opportunity to share their independent research studies, as well as masters and doctoral studies.

Registration

Submit your abstract to Emma Ariyo using the button. Questions? Email Professor Chepyator.

Register now ✎