2013 Graduate Scholars Forum to be held Feb. 26-28

22 Feb

Auburn University doctoral student Hamed Ghaednia presents his poster at the 2012 Graduate Scholars Forum in the Auburn University Student Center.

Nearly 200 graduate students will present research from a wide range of disciplines at Auburn University’s annual Graduate Scholars Forum Feb. 26-28 in the Student Center.

Since 1992, the Graduate Scholars Forum has brought together graduate students from Auburn’s different schools and colleges to showcase the best of graduate research.

“Auburn’s graduate students take part in many cutting-edge research projects that are addressing real-world problems, such as food safety, cyber security and various health concerns, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes,” Graduate School Dean George Flowers said. “The Graduate Scholars Forum highlights these students’ research projects and provides them with a platform to present their scholarly achievements.”

The three-day forum features oral and poster presentations in four categories: Engineering, Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences. The top presenters will have the opportunity to present in April at the Graduate Scholars Symposium at Research Week, a campus-wide event that celebrates research and creative scholarship.

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