The annual School of Human Evolution and Social Change Spring Research Symposium will be held virtually in 2021.
When Friday, April 9, 2021
- Graduate students will work with their committee to schedule a presentation time.
- Undergraduate students will receive information on presenting their poster digitally through Canvas.
Where Virtual format through Zoom and Canvas. Please complete an application using the link below.
Undergraduate students participating in this symposium are presenting posters on a range of projects, papers and research experiences they conducted throughout the year. In keeping with the central focus of our school, these projects all engage with the most complex and critical issues facing humans today.
Graduate students participating in this symposium are presenting part of their research portfolios, a key component of their degrees. The projects demonstrate the student’s ability to systematically gather, analyze and interpret data. For many, this symposium is a culmination of their master of arts work; doctoral students then advance into Stage II of their programs.
All students in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (and students in other majors with projects related to anthropology, global health or applied math) are welcome to present a poster. Graduate students in the school give a scheduled formal presentation. To participate in the symposium, students need to fill out the online application below, in which they will be asked to provide a brief abstract of their project. Applications are due Thursday, March 25. Students will receive confirmation the following week that their project has been accepted into the symposium.