The Krannert Doctoral Student Association (KDSA) will be hosting an internal conference for Krannert PhD students on November 10-11, 2017. This event will provide PhD students with an opportunity to present their research to one another and to facilitate conversation and collaboration with their colleagues from various programs.
PhD students in every stage of the research process are invited and encouraged to present. Participants will have 8-10 minutes to convey their ideas in a way that is accessible to their peers across all areas of Krannert. Presentations can focus on a specific paper or project, or on the student's overall research agenda. The top presenters, those students who are the most successful at presenting their research in an engaging and accessible way, will be recognized with a monetary award.
Registration is free, and lunch will be provided for registered presenters and attendees.
- Students interested in presenting should submit a presentation title and brief abstract (no more than eight sentences) at https://goo.gl/forms/5Fg0ZyHMvq5yLQNk2 by October 20.
- Students interested in attending should register at https://goo.gl/forms/3tUdj5GQwNuAUJpM2 by November 1.
If you have any questions about the event, or would like to help out as a faculty judge, please contact Vandith Pamuru at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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