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Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session Registration

The KU Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session will take place on Friday, July 26, 2019 from 10am-12pm in Room 164 Ritchie Hall.

Posters will be displayed on a large monitor instead of being printed out for this poster session. Further details about file sizes, format, etc. will be emailed out to all students who register to present. Students are invited to a Poster Presentation Basics workshop on Monday July 15th, 2019 from 4:00-4:50 pm in the Forum A of the Burge Union.

Registration deadline: Friday, July 12th, 2019

Student Information

Fill out this form to register for the Summer Poster Session.

Note: You do not have to belong to one of these programs in order to present your research. We just use this information to help us communicate student participation with various 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

Please review your title and abstract with your faculty mentor before submitting, as they cannot be changed. 


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