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Registration for the GSC Scholars Forum is now closed.
The GSC Graduate Scholars Forum and Symposium is a qualifier for the Research Week Graduate Symposium. Click here for the requirements to submit your abstract for the GSC Scholars Forum. Failure to comply with the requirements will result in your abstract being eliminated from the forum.
The Graduate Scholars Forum and Symposium serves as an opportunity for talented graduate students to hone their presentation skills and gain the experience and exposure that grooms students to become competent researchers of modern society. Through poster and oral presentations, students creatively address pertinent issues and advances in the fields of design, science, engineering and humanities.
"I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully." These words were stated in the Auburn Creed by Dr. George Petrie, the First Dean of the Auburn University Graduate School. His words hold true today, as students continually strive to uphold the University's mission of instruction, research and extension.
All Auburn University and Auburn University Montgomery students are invited to take part in the Graduate Scholars Forum, February 26-28 at the Auburn University Student Center. The top posters and presenters will then move on to theGraduate Scholars Symposium on April 2nd and 3rd as a part of Research Week 2012 at The Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center.
Last Updated: Nov. 16, 2011