The second annual ATU research symposium provides students with the opportunity to practice presentation skills on research topics or information salient to their chosen fields. This year's symposium will consist of a mixture of in person and online presentations and will take place on April 18th 2024. Applications must be received no later than April 5th, 2024. For general questions about the event, contact Michan Chowritmootoo.
IN Person Poster Session
To participate in the in person poster sessions students will need to prepare a poster on a topic relevant to their studies, research that is currently being conducted, or proposals for a future project. This includes, but is not limited to, completed research, research proposals, or creative projects. During the exhibition, faculty, staff, and students will view the displays and engage with presenters. Poster presenters should plan to be with their posters for 1 hour (time slots will be assigned).
This poster can be printed for students for free at ATU Campus Life. To have your posted printed, email firstname.lastname@example.org; please send your poster at least 3 business days before you need it. For uniformity purposes and printing logistics, please do not alter the header, colors, or dimensions (48” wide x 34” tall) of this poster. Anything under the yellow line on the poster can be changed as needed/appropriate for your work (for example: deleting/adding/moving text boxes; changing content/box headers; adding artwork, photos, tables, figures, etc.)
in person Oral (round table) presentation
To participate in the in person oral (round table) sessions students will need to prepare a short PowerPoint presentation on a topic relevant to their studies, research that is currently being conducted, or proposals for a future project. This includes, but is not limited to, completed research, research proposals, or creative projects. During the presentation students will present their work and session attendees will have the opportunity to engage in discussion and ask questions. Presentations should last a total of thirty minutes including Q&A.
Distance Students, Online Students, and individuals wishing to maintain virtual distancing during this time can participate by submitting a virtual poster with a recorded 5 minute video summary. Posters must be submitted in PDF format. Only presentations in thier final version may upload.
Student Symposium Application
To allow adequate time for applications to be reviewed and confirmed in a timely manner, symposium applications should be submitted online through the link below no later than April 5th, 2024. Applications may be submitted at any time before this date.
Past Graduate research Symposiums