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Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session Registration

The KU Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session will take place on Friday July 27, 2018 from 10am-12pm in the Beren Petroleum Conference Center G192, Earth, Energy, & Environment Center. Posters should be a maximum of 3ft tall by 4ft wide. Students are invited to a Poster Presentation Basics workshop on Monday July 16th, 2018 from 4-5pm in the Forum AB of the Burge Union.

Registration deadline: Friday, July 13th, 2018

Student Information

Please fill out this form in its entirety. We request information about the groups you are part of so that we may contact them with a list of participating students.  We only use the information about your hometown and zipcode for inclusion in a KU News press release.

Note: You do not have to belong to one of these programs in order to present your research. Your responses will only be used to help us communicate your participation to your programs.

Mentor Information

Please enter information about your mentor.  Hitting the submit button below will trigger an auto-generated email to your research mentor with a summary of your application to present.

Project Information

Your project title will be shared in the KU News Press Release.  Please consult your faculty mentor to be sure your project title and abstract are appropriate as they cannot be changed. 

List all authors or contributors of the abstract or project in the order you would like them printed. Be sure to include yourself and your mentor(s).

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