We are no longer accepting submissions. The deadline was Feb. 10
The GRIND is now opening a call for submissions for entrants in our poster competition, doctoral presentations and 3-minute thesis competition.
Doctoral presentations will be presented as panels of three to five students grouped according to discipline. Each doctoral student will have up to 20 minutes to present an overview of their proposed or finished research and allow for 5 minutes for questions and answers. Click below to submit to present a doctoral presentation.
The Poster Competition is open for Morgan State University graduate or undergraduate student to present results from projects that they have carried out as graduate and undergraduate researchers here at Morgan State University or during internships/co-ops. Students will be asked questions by judges about their research in a one-on-one exchange and their posters will be displayed for viewing by attendees of the conference. This is a great way to share your research that you’ve completed and begin to build your CV indicating your experience as a research presenter. Below are photos of our poster presenters from our conference last year. There will be multiple winners for this competition based on the following categories:
- Peer’s Choice,
- Interdisciplinary, and
Click below to submit your abstract to be considered for presentation:
Winners of this competition will receive awards during the luncheon at the GRIND Conference on March 9, 2018.
Who: Current Morgan State University graduate AND undergraduate students.
What: Prepare a poster depicting your research and be present to answer questions. You will be judged on different criteria. Read more here.
When: Students should be prepared to compete on the first day of the conference, Friday, March 9th 10:00 am-1:00pm in University Student Center. Room to be announced.
To submit, please click here if you have not submitted already using one of the buttons above. The submission process will require you to upload an abstract of your poster with your name, type of degree pursued (e.g. MPH, MA/MS, etc.), program of study, department, and school or college. The abstract should be no more than 200-250 words. Please also include contact information such as email and phone number. It is suggested to have this information collected to submit it at one time. You will not be able to submit parts of this information at different times.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org