Graduate Research Conference
The inaugural Graduate Research Conference provides a forum for graduate students (master’s, credential, certificate, and doctoral) to showcase their scholarly work and their promise as future innovators, researchers, and academics. This cross-disciplinary event allows CSULB graduate students from all fields of study to present their research and network with members of the entire community.
The conference features the keynote speaker Tyrone Howard, Ph.D., Professor of Education at UCLA.
Presentation formats include panel presentations, poster sessions, and roundtable discussions.
Who can participate?
CSULB graduate students from all areas of study are welcome to submit a proposal, regardless of where they are with their research.
How do I submit a proposal?
All proposals for posters, panels, or roundtables require submission of an abstract (400-word maximum) to be uploaded onto the GSRC website (www.csulb.edu/gsrc) no later than September 15th.
Conference will be held November 7, 2016 from 4-7 pm in the USU Ballrooms.
Hosted by: Graduate Studies Resource Center (GSRC)