Annual Graduate Research Conference (GRC)

Graduate Research Conference
 

2020 Graduate Research Conference: April 20 & 21

UNH invites you to attend or participate in the virtual 2020 Graduate Research Conference (GRC). The GRC is an annual showcase in which over 200 UNH graduate students from all academic disciplines present their work and research over the course of two days. Whether you're a participant or an attendee, the environment is electric and you'll almost certainly learn something new.

Registration

The GRC is open to any graduate student at UNH who would like to present research in either poster or oral form.

Schedules and Presentations

There are two types of presentations at the conference: oral presentations and poster presentations. Day one (April 20) is for poster presentations. On day two (April 21), participants will present their research in oral presentations.  If you have any questions about the presentations or registration, please contact the Graduate School Dean's office.

GRC Poster Presentation

Poster

GRC Oral Presentations

Oral

Leitzel Center Awards

The UNH Joan and James Leitzel Center for Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education are specific awards presented each year at the GRC. The awards recognize exemplary STEM education and outreach presented at the GRC. The Leitzel Center will make two awards - one for an oral presentation and one for a poster presentation. Awards selection is based on the presenter’s demonstration of a significant contribution in at least one of two key areas:

  1. Graduate student contributions made in the design and implementation of STEM education research projects, which advance our understanding of STEM education.
  2. Graduate student contributions made in the design and implementation of STEM education outreach projects, which directly impact STEM teachers, instructors and faculty or STEM students of all ages through the application of enhanced STEM content or pedagogies.

Each Award is worth $500 to the winners. Questions about the Center and eligibility for these awards can be directed to Steve Hale. If you're interested in being considered for an award and meet the eligibility requirements, please indicate so in the appropriate field on the GRC registration form when registering for the conference.

Getting Help

Questions on the conference, registration or in general should be emailed to the 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. Accessibility accommodation requests may be directed to the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research and Outreach Scholarship at (603) 862-2488.

Also, students in need of poster creation help are encouraged to visit the Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) website for helpful tips and strategies.