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Interdisciplinary Graduate and Professional Student Symposium

The Interdisciplinary Graduate and Professional Student Symposium (IGPS) is an opportunity for graduate and professional students to share their research, creative, and scholarly work with each other, the UC Davis campus, and the wider community. Students from every professional school and academic college give short talks, present posters, show artistic displays or performances, and participate in student-organized sessions to highlight their work. This year's IGPS will be held 3 and 4 April 2014 at the UC Davis Conference Center. Additionally, the bests of category will receive prizes for their excellence.

Participation

For application instructions please read general instructions.pdf.

To apply you will need to have an abstract and other basic information to be entered into one of the applications found below. Those applictions will need to be submitted to this year's smartsite. The application submission deadline is noon on 3 February 2014. The smartsite title this year is:

2014 IGPS Abstract Submission

Copy and pasting the above is recommended.

The above title may be entered under joinable sites in smartsite. Smartsite instructions can be found here: detailed smartsite instructions 2014.docx. Be sure to use the smartsite title above, "2014 IGPS Abstract Submission" and not the example used in the instructions. Please note that the order of words is important (ie. "2014 IGPS" will work as a search term but "IGPS 2014" of words will not).

Applications

These are to be filled out by potential participants and submitted to the smartsite "2014 IGPS Abstract Submission" no later than 3 February 2014.

For oral presentations
2014PosterOralApp.pdf

For performances or art displays
2014ArtPerformanceApp.pdf

For panels/ student organized sessions
2014SessionApp.pdf

Volunteering

If you would like to help make the 2014 IGPS greater success, please email igpscoordinator@ucdavis.edu .

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