2022 USI Graduate Student Colloquium



Existing Paths & New Directions

Wednesday | April 6, 2022 | Time TBA

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Why Attend

Agenda

FAQs

Past Recordings

Special Thanks

Why Attend

Current and former Graduate Students are invited to submit an abstract for the 2022 Graduate Student Colloquium. The theme of this year’s colloquium is “Existing Paths and New Directions.” Participants are welcome to discuss the current state of their work, or the new directions they are pursuing.  Presentations can include panel discussions, performances, papers, and posters. Participants may present their contributions in-person or virtually (live or pre-recorded options available).

According to its Mission, USI “prepare[s] our students to lead and make positive contributions to our state, their communities, and to be lifetime learners in a diverse a global society.” The 2022 Graduate Student Colloquium is designed to provide USI’s current and former graduate students with the opportunity to share their positive contributions with our community.



Agenda

The 2022 Graduate Student Colloquium schedule will be made available in March 2022.



FAQs

If your question is not addressed below, please contact Graduate Studies.

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What is a graduate student colloquium?

USI current and former graduate students will discuss the current state of their work, or the new directions they are pursuing. Presentations can include panel discussions, performances, and posters. Participants may present their contributions in-person or virtually (live - either in person or virtual - or pre-recorded options available).

Some graduate programs require students to present at a conference or seminar. The colloquium would be an excellent opportunity to fulfill that requirement.

Why should I participate?

  • Allow peers to notice your work
  • Professional development opportunity
  • Potential collaboration opportunities across graduate programs
  • Gather insightful comments that can aid in future research efforts
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What is the theme?

The 2022 USI Graduate Student Colloquium theme is Existing Paths & New Directions.

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Can online USI graduate students participate?

Yes! In fact, the 2022 Graduate Student Colloquium will be held in-person with virtual options available!

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I am a USI faculty member. Can my students attend the colloquium?

Yes! We encourage faculty members to invite students to attend the 2022 Graduate Student Colloquium.

More information on how to register will be provided soon on this website.

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When is the Colloquium

The colloquium will be held in-person, with virtual options available, on Wednesday, April 6th. The schedule will be announced on this website and emailed to those that are registered.

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I would like to present at the collqouium. How can I do this?

Great! If you are a USI graduate student, alumni or graduate faculty member please complete the Abstract Submission form. You'll be asked to provide the following:

  • Contact Information
  • Delivery Method
    • Paper
    • Poster
    • Performance
    • Other
  • Title
  • Preferred presentation time and modality (in-person, online, pre-recorded) 
  • 350 words or less abstract

New this year:

Abstract submissions can be recorded!

Additionally, please upload a headshot and brief bio that will be used upon acceptance.

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Who should I contact for abstract guidelines?

Speak with your program director or advisor for additional information and best practices for presentations.

Interested in past recordings?

Access presentations from previous years at the link below:

2021    2020

View Previous Programs

2021    2020    2019    2018

Special Thanks 



Organizing Committee:
Dr. Michael Dixon, Dr. Belle Cowden, Dr. Jessica Garcés Jensen, Dr. Paul Arthur, Dr. Renee Frimming and Lindsey Gibson

Special thanks to
Dr. Rochon, Dr. Khayum, USI Foundation, David L. Rice Library, Graduate Studies, colloquium participants, faculty mentors and participants, program directors and attendees who make this event possible.

Contact

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