February 2013


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Tiffany Sandstrum <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 19 Feb 2013 09:23:28 -0500
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> Please mark your calendars for this semester’s Student Research Day, Tuesday, April 30, from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm on the PW campus.
>      SSB Student Research Day is a venue for graduate students from the School of Systems Biology, as well as other departments, to present
>      the research they have been working on throughout the semester.
>      Student Research Day is a graduation requirement for students in the BCB program.  It is optional for all other students.
>      This semester we will have three options for students to present their research:
>      1.     Oral Presentations – these students must be nominated by their advisors.  Generally there are six to eight slots for oral
>      presentations.  In order to make this fair for everyone, each advisor can nominate only one person.  Individuals who are chosen to
>      present their oral presentations will be notified.
>      2.     Poster Presentations – these students can nominate themselves with permission from their advisor.
>      3.     Digital Presentations – these individuals will need to provide their own laptop computers for their presentation.  Digital
>      presentations will take place at the same time as poster presentations.
>      The deadline for signing up to participate in Student Research Day is Friday, March 29, 2013.  After this deadline you will not be
>      guaranteed space/ time to present. 
>      Please contact me if you are interested in presenting a poster or if you are interested in doing a digital presentation.  If you are
>      interested in participating by doing an oral presentation you will need to speak to your faculty advisor and ask them to nominate
> you.  I will not be able to accept any oral presentation information from students.
> Thanks,

Tiffany Sandstrum
School of Systems Biology
George Mason University
MS 5B3, 10900 University Blvd.
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone (703)993-8449, Fax (703)993-8976
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