Updated March 16, 2020

In response to President Schill’s email outlining steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus, the Graduate School is canceling this year’s Graduate Research Forum, originally scheduled for Friday, May 8. We are very grateful to the students who submitted abstracts and to those of you who volunteered your time as judges. We thank you for your patience and understanding and hope that you’ll consider joining us for the Graduate Research Forum next year.

The Graduate Research Forum is a one-day event that celebrates the research, scholarship, and creative expression of graduate students in all of the UO’s graduate colleges and schools. It regularly showcases the work of more than 100 graduate students representing more than 35 disciplines.

Congratulations to our 2019 Forum Winners!

Preparing for the poster presentation helped me organize my thoughts and clarify my overall project. 


Talking to people about what I’m working on is a super productive way to process my own ideas, as if from another person’s perspective, and reach the next level of clarity. 


It was a positive challenge to have to explain my whole project in brief conversation, and to explain it in a way that is accessible to people not in the field. 


Learn more about the three forum presentation formats:

Questions? Email Jen McNutt-Bloom, Event Coordinator, at jenmb@uoregon.edu

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