Syracuse University



General Information
Friday–Saturday, March 20-21, 2015
Life Sciences Complex, Syracuse University

The symposium will provide a forum for graduate students to make connections with colleagues in other programs, practice conference presentation and networking skills, and get feedback on their work from an interdisciplinary audience. The perfect antidote to your “siloed” intellectual existence!

In addition to the research and poster sessions, the symposium will feature a series of “skill-building” seminars on such topics as
• delivering an engaging presentation,
• networking at conferences,
• designing effective posters, and
• incorporating technology into your presentation.

New this year: Presenters will have the opportunity to publish edited versions of their work online in the All-University Graduate Research Symposium Working Papers Series, with hard-copy offprints also available. This is an excellent chance to introduce yourself and your work to the wider scholarly community.

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Questions? Email or contact  Glenn Wright in the Graduate School (443-3458).

For more information on the Graduate School Programs offered click on the titles below:

Teaching Assistant Program (TA Orientation, English Language Proficiency Services, Teaching Mentors, Outstanding TA Award, Course Assessment, Graduate Assistants)

Future Professoriate Program (FPP Participation, Primary Faculty Liaison, Certificate in University Teaching, Teaching Portfolio)

Resources (Graduate School Press, Critical Incidents in College Teaching vignettes, Research Ethics and Academic Integrity vignettes)

The Graduate School Press In order to promote excellence in scholarship and teaching, the Graduate School maintains a book publication program providing resources on topics relevant to graduate education and the university classroom.

International Graduate Students The Graduate School provides many academic programs and community initiatives to support the educational experiences of international graduate students and to highlight their academic achievements at Syracuse University.