The Graduate Student Advisory Council, or GSAC, will be hosting its fourth annual Celebration of Graduate Research on October 27 at the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom.
This year’s “Research!” event will feature UF President Kent Fuchs speaking on his vision to establish the University of Florida as a national leader and a voice for higher education. The afternoon panel discussion, "What I Wish I Knew," will include senior doctoral students across various disciplines at UF. They will share their thoughts about the early years of graduate school, how they maintained a positive work/life balance, the resources they found helpful and available to them, as well as other pertinent topics.
The event is open to all graduate students, postdoctoral fellows/associates, researchers and faculty. Undergraduate students participating in research activities are also encouraged to attend the event.
A poster competition will also be featured, with cash prizes awarded to the winning entries.
The deadline for poster submission and event registration is October 2. For questions on the poster competition, please contact Ha Nguyen at Hanguyen@chem.ufl.edu.
General questions about Graduate Student Research Day, should be sent to Samantha Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.