[GT]2 Symposium Calls for Abstracts
Merging Multiculturalism and Multidisciplinary Research
Posted January 26, 2007 | Atlanta
Graduate students across the country are invited to attend the Georgia Tech Graduate Technical Symposium, also known as [GT]2 (GT-squared), hosted by the Georgia Tech Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA). The objective of the Symposium is to provide a forum for exceptional undergraduate and graduate students to communicate advances in their research to both corporate and university representatives as well as network with students from across the country.
The Symposium is scheduled for March 15-16, 2007 at Georgia Tech, where this year's theme is "Merging Multiculturalism and Multidisciplinary Research." Symposium participants can look forward the following highlights during this two-day event:
* Technical Research Forums
* Personal and Professional Workshops
* Networking Mixer with Corporate and University Representatives
* Premier Poster Session and Competition
* Oral Presentation Competition
* Georgia Tech Alumni Panel
* Closing Dinner and Awards Banquet
More than $2,700 of prize money for competitions, iPod raffles, and lodging grants will be offered. Register today to enter the raffle! Everyone who submits an abstract will receive 1 ticket before February 1st. Receive a bonus raffle ticket for submitting your resume online.
Symposium organizers look forward to strong participation in the 2007 [GT]2 Symposium. Please visit the 2007 [GT]2 Symposium website at http://www.gtbgsa.org/gt2 for online abstract submission, registration, agenda and travel accommodations. If you have more specific questions, please feel send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oral and Poster Presentation Opportunities
Abstract Deadline: FEBRUARY 7, 2007
Abstract Submission Notification Deadline: FEBRUARY 15, 2007
Early Registration: before or on March 1, 2007
Late/on-site registration: after March 1, 2007
Submit abstracts and resumes and register online:
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