Feb. 28 deadline to submit abstracts for GPSA Research Exposition

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If you hope to participate in this year’s Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) Research Exposition, submit your abstract by this Sunday, Feb. 28.

The annual poster session and scholarship competition gives WSU Pullman graduate and professional students a forum for presenting their original research, scholarship, or creative work to the university community while vying for scholarships. The event will be held online from Monday, March 22 through Thursday, March 25, concurrently with the poster session known as Academic Showcase.

The sessions are part of Showcase, the university’s weeklong celebration of academic excellence. Since entry in GPSA Research Exposition is restricted to graduate and professional students enrolled at the WSU Pullman campus, the University encourages those enrolled at other WSU campuses to present their work at Academic Showcase.

To participate in GPSA Research Exposition, submit an abstract of your work—just 250 words or less—by the Feb. 28 deadline. You must follow up by submitting your presentation by Tuesday, March 16. GPSA Research Exposition has specific eligibility requirements and evaluation rubrics. Carefully review guidelines and develop your abstract and presentation accordingly. Questions be submitted to gpsa.scholarships@wsu.edu or gpsa.mainoffice@wsu.edu.

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