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About Grad Expo

The Grad Expo is an all day event where Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences graduate students from a variety of disciplines present papers and posters to their fellow students, faculty, and other members of the Pitt community. This event provides the opportunity for graduate students to gain experience in presenting their research as well as fostering interdisciplinary communication amongst the departments and programs within the School of Arts and Sciences. It is an opportunity for students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines to be exposed to practices and concepts which, while possibly foreign to their field, might nevertheless enrich their work and certainly their academic experience at The University of Pittsburgh.

Abstract Submission

The abstract submission form is available at http://tinyurl.com/pittgradexpo2015 and will remain open until Friday, January 30, 2015 Tuesday, February 10, 2015. Late submissions will not be accepted!

Abstract submissions will be accepted in five categories. Outstanding presenters in each category will receive a prize stipend to be used for conference travel or the purchase of research materials.

Time and Location

This year's Grad Expo will take place throughout the day on Thursday, March 19, 2015 on the fifth floor of the William Pitt Union.

Schedule of Events

Session Time Place
Check-in Opens at 8:30am WPU 5th Floor Lounge
Podium Presentations 9:00am–12:00pm WPU, multiple locations
Panel: Grad School 411 12:00–12:45pm WPU 548
Poster Presentations 12:45m–1:30pm WPU, multiple locations
Podium Presentations 12:45m–4:00pm WPU, multiple locations
Roundtable Discussion and Workshop 4:00–5:00pm WPU 527
"How to Prepare for a Difficult Conversation"
Awards Presentation and Reception 5:00–7:00pm Bridges Restaurant, Wyndham Hotel

Program (Schedule)

We have made available the program for the event.

Grad Expo Committee

The Grad Expo is organized by a committee of Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences graduate students.