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Academic Showcase, GPSA Research Exposition accepting abstracts

Scholars hoping to participate in the university’s annual poster sessions—Academic Showcase and Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) Research Exposition—can now submit abstracts of their work.

Slated for March 24, the events engage WSU faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students to present their research, scholarship, or creative work to the WSU academic community. 

Abstracts for both events are due by Tuesday, Jan. 18. 

For scholars of all disciplines, the poster sessions are an opportunity to exchange knowledge and ideas. In previous years, participants have reported forging connections with colleagues who share their interests.

The events are part of Showcase, WSU’s weeklong celebration of academic excellence.

Two poster sessions—one with a scholarship competition

Academic Showcase welcomes WSU faculty, staff, and graduate/professional students from all campuses, and Extension offices systemwide.

GPSA Research Exposition is both a poster session and scholarship competition. It is open exclusively to graduate and professional students enrolled at the WSU Pullman campus. 

Consult abstract submission guidelines

Prospective participants for both events should carefully review guidelines before developing and submitting abstracts. Guidelines for Academic Showcase are different than those for GPSA Research Exposition.

Abstracts for both events should concisely summarize work in 250 words or less. 

For more information email showcase@wsu.edu or call 509-335-6674.

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