The Graduate Student Research Forum is a one-day conference held annually at the University of Oregon to showcase research, scholarship and creative expressions by graduate students in all of the UO’s graduate colleges and schools. The Grad Forum began in 2010, making this the Forum’s seventh year. The Grad Forum regularly showcases the work of more than 100 graduate students representing more than 50 disciplines.
The Graduate Student Research Forum is a one-day conference held annually at the University of Oregon to showcase research and creative expressions being done by graduate students at UO.
The first Graduate Student Research Forum was held in April 2010 in response to requests from graduate students for more opportunities for interdisciplinary intellectual exchange and networking. The Graduate School is committed to providing ongoing opportunities for our graduate students to both share some of the incredible intellectual work going on at the University, and have the chance to engage with their peers’ research. Interdisciplinary, cross-unit forums like this are an ideal setting for learning, research collaboration, and professional development.
Past Graduate Research Forums
2014 Graduate Student Research Forum: “Engagement: Community, Creativity, Connections”
2013 Graduate Student Research Forum: “Research for Tomorrow”
2012 Graduate Student Research Forum: “Research Matters”
2011 Graduate Student Research Forum: “Thinking Big: Graduate Research Making a Difference”
2010 Graduate Student Research Forum: “Crossing Borders”