Graduate Research Conference
GRC Poster Presentation: Graduate students, faculty and visitors enjoy last year's conference
Welcome to the Graduate School Research Conference
The University of New Hampshire would like to invite you to the Annual Graduate Research Conference (GRC). The GRC is an opportunity for students, faculty members, and the UNH community to learn about research from different colleges and departments and develop new ideas across disciplines. All events are free and open to the public. Over the past few years, the GRC has grown into a significant campus event. There are more than 120 Graduate and Ph.D. students eager to share their research with the UNH community.
Join us to learn about everything from the effect of feeding frequency on an invasive sea anemone to the preparation of semiconducting nanoparticles to taverns and their roles in 18th Century New Hampshire society. Come experience the fruits of your fellow student's hard work and gain valuable insights into conducting effective research.
Who Presents at the GRC?
The GRC is open to any graduate student at the University of New Hampshire who would like to present research in either poster or oral form. Special considerations are made for those students who have received travel grants from the UNH Graduate School for the same year as the GRC. These students are required to present their research in some form during the GRC.
Students are encouraged to inquire with their department or college regarding other talks, seminars, presentations, or colloquia that may be planned in conjunction with the GRC. If a department would like to schedule an event to coincide with the GRC, we encourage them to contact us. To learn more about graduate research check out our Explore UNH page.
Spring 2014 Graduate Research Conference
All events are free and open to the public; no registration is necessary to attend events. Day one will cover the poster presentations and day two will cover the oral presentations. See the Time & Room Schedule for the Oral and Poster Session details, including a list of participants, times, and locations. A list of the 2014 GRC presentation abstracts will be made available this spring.
Annual Spring 2014 Conference
This year's GRC is already gaining momentum and we plan on making it even bigger and better than our previous conferences!
Poster presentations will be held in the Whittemore Center Arena on April 16, 2014, from 5-8pm. Oral presentations will be held at the Holloway Commons Conference Rooms on April 17, 2014, 9am-3pm. The GRC will kick off Graduate Appreciation Week with events ranging from free lunch and breakfast to an after-hours social.
Registration for presenters is now open. Presenters can register for the 2014 GRC by visiting the Graduate Research Conference registration page.
Schedules and Presentations
There are two types of presentations at the conference, oral presentations and poster presentations. There will be rooms grouped into various program categories. If you have any questions about the presentations please contact the Graduate School Dean's office.
The following documents will be made available in the spring:
- Abstracts for 2014 Presenters
- 2014 Oral Presentation Schedule
- 2014 Poster Presentation Schedule
Poster Session and Schedule
Location: Whittemore Center Arena; Date: April 16, 2014; Time: 5pm - 8pm
Download: 2014 Poster Presentation Schedule (will be made available late March/early April)
Oral Presentations and Schedule
Location: Holloway Commons Conference Rooms; Date: April 17, 2014; Time: 9am - 3pm
Download: 2014 Oral Presentation Schedule (wil be made available late March/early April)
Questions on the conference, registration, or in general should be emailed to Grad School Deans office or call (603) 862-3005. You can also stop by the Graduate School Deans Office at Thompson Hall, Room 118 with any questions or concerns. Accessibility accommodation requests may be directed to the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research and Outreach Scholarship at (603) 862-2488.
- Faculty and Student FAQ
- Poster Printing on Campus
- Preparing for the GRC
- Tips on Presentations (Oral and Poster)