Emily Deem (left) and Dakota Taylor (right) presenting their posters at the RASC Poster
Celebration on March 23, 2022
The 32nd Annual Graduate Research Symposium will be held in conjunction with the 26th Annual Undergraduate Research Exposition
on March 20-21, 2024. This two day event will also showcase the 3rd Annual Faculty
3-Minute Research Competition and Faculty Scholarship Celebration. All projects will
be featured on our RASC website!
Presentation Formats & Instructions
Develop your project and choose a faculty sponsor(s).
Choose your presentation format - Poster Presentation or Oral Presentation. You are
welcome to participate in both formats, but you can only submit one project per category.
Review the instructions/expectations below and register by midnight on February 19th,
Print your poster if you plan on attending the Poster Competition - The recommended
poster dimensions are 3 feet (36 inches) tall by 4 feet (48 inches) wide.
Drop your poster off on the Ramsey Concourse Level before 4:00 pm on March 20, 2024 so we can display your poster.
Be ready to find your poster (posters will be organized by college) and discuss your
research with your peers and colleagues by 6:15 pm on March 20, 2024 on the Ramsey Concourse Level. We encourage you to tune into our Keynote Address that will happen before the Poster
Celebration in the Ramsey Arena at 4:55 pm.
Expectations & Poster Celebration
Students must submit their posters in the Team's Classroom before midnight on March 12, 2024. The Team's Classroom will be available to you once you register. Late submissions
will not be included in the Conference.
Students are highly encourages to attend our in-person Poster Celebration on the Ramsey
Concourse Level on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 from 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm. Posters must be printed and dropped off before 4 pm on the Ramsey Concourse Level on Wednesday, March 20, 2024.
5 additional points will be added to the final score for students appearing in person.
The 2022 annual Research and Scholarship Conference (RASC) combined the 24th Undergraduate
Research Conference and 30th Graduate Research Symposium together in a two day celebration.
This hybrid event showcased both virtual and in-person research, scholarship, and
creative activities from undergraduate and graduate students, and Faculty-Student