March 2012


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"Diane St. Germain" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 12 Mar 2012 10:55:38 -0400
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Good morning,

This is just a reminder that I need to know if you will be presenting a 
poster or digital presentation by Friday, March 30. If you would like to 
do an oral presentation please have your faculty advisor contact me.

Please mark your calendars for this semester’s Student Research Day, 
Tuesday, May 1, from 2:00 pm until 5:00 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 

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.

2. Poster Presentations – these studednts 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 30, 2012. 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.

Thank you,


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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