2019 Conference Video Recap
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Impact: Research for Global Change
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) in partnership with the Graduate College and Office of Research hosted the 3rd annual Drexel Emerging Graduate Scholars (DEGS) Conference, a free, student-run, University-wide conference highlighting Drexel's most impactful graduate student research. All students, postdocs, faculty, professional staff, alumni and guests of the University were invited to attend!
Drexel Emerging Graduate Scholars Conference
Wednesday April 10, 2019 & Thursday, April 11, 2019
Bossone Research Enterprise Center
3126 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
The conference provided opportunities for graduate students to participate in pre-conference professional development workshops, showcase their research (at any level) to those outside of their academic discipline, network with student peers, postdocs, alumni, faculty and professional staff from across the University and compete for monetary awards. The Drexel Emerging Graduate Scholars Conference also offers the University community the opportunity to learn more about graduate research that aims to solve global challenges through creative, innovative and cutting edge methods. Student participants are selected for their great promise and potential to impact positive change.
Graduate student research poster presentations and oral research presentations
Drexel's own Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition, based on the international Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition founded by the University of Queensland
Pre-conference professional development workshops, including abstract writing, oral and research poster presentation skills, networking and more
2019 Conference Program & Schedule
In 2019, the DEGS Conference Planning Committee went green! The conference program was available on Guidebook.
2019 Conference Schedule
2019 Conference Videos
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