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Student Research Conference

by Jason Fehr -

Interested in participating in the Student Research Conference but not sure where to start?

Does your project “count” as research? Who should you ask for help? Who is eligible to submit? How do you write an abstract? What do you get out of presenting at the conference?

Get all your questions about the Student Research Conference answered at our Q&A Event (free coffee & donuts included!). Get connected with the help you need to send in a top quality submission to the Student Research Conference.

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Room D308 

 Visit gprc.me/ResearchConference for more information.

Can’t make it but still have questions? Contact Taylor Merkley Doyer:

tdoyer@gprc.ab.ca

780-539-2220

Office E401

Student Research Conference

by Jason Fehr -

Student Research Conference

1st Annual GPRC Student Research Conference

Theme: “We Are All Researchers”

The Student Research Conference is a celebration of many different kinds of research GPRC students do every day. This is a multidisciplinary conference that embraces research from all realms of scholarship. Eligible projects may include the following:

  • Scientific experiments
  • Case studies
  • Creative work in the visual or performing arts
  • Academic papers
  • Textual analyses
  • Historical interpretations
  • Model design and development

Application Form Download

Submissions open November 15, 2019 and close January 6, 2020

Having trouble logging in to Moodle?

by Anna Gillis -

MyGPRC and Moodle have the same username, your 7-digit student ID, but initially will have different passwords. To change passwords or set them to be the same, please watch this video tutorial:

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