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For Students - Present your Research

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Scholarly communication is a critical part of research. If you have put effort into your research and analysis, you should share your findings with others. Look for opportunities to present and discuss your research in a department colloquium, at a conference session, or in a research publication. The following departments sponsor seminars in which students present their research results:
Department/Program
Louisiana Alliance for Minority Participation at Tulane University, Poster Session......................................7/30/08

  • LBC room 202. 10AM - 1PM. Contact Eric Roque at (504) 314-7693

National professional organizations often provide a venue to student research presentations. Please check the webpages below for information or ask your professor/mentor about opportunities in a specific discipline.
Council on Undergraduate Research
National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Posters are a major medium of research communication. Please see this helpful explanation on good poster design from the University of Washington - http://www.waspacegrant.org/posterdesign.html

 
Tell us about your presentation or publication!
Have you published your research or presented at a conference? Are you a co-author on a jointly-published paper? Send details to gtalarch@tulane.edu and we will add you to our webpage.

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