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GEA Research Competition Application

If you would like to attend the Rock Chalk Research Symposium & Graduate Engineering Association (GEA) Annual Research Competition event on April 19th from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM in the LEEP2 McClendon Atrium, please fill out the following information. Your role would be to speak with current KU students, faculty, and staff about your research in a poster or oral presentation session. This event is recruitment and retention focused, and gives faculty and students the chance to discuss their research needs and expectations. The poster session gives engineering students a chance to present what they have learned in their research experiences to a broader audience and will help prepare for future professional development activities. The Symposium also provides a forum for students, faculty, and the community to discuss all the exciting research happening at KU and to better understand the opportunities for research and education in the School of Engineering. ​

By submitting this form, you are agreeing to have a short profile of you and your research posted at (http://engr.ku.edu/research) for students to view prior to the event. Please note: this link is a public website. Having this information posted is optional, and if you choose not to have it posted publicly you can still participate.

Example: Faculty, Graduate Research Assistant, Undergraduate Researcher, Lab Manager, etc.
example: 1st, 2nd, 3rd...
Expectations for student researchers.
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Your abstract must be 200 words or less.
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