The Master's Level Graduate Research Conference is open to the public and will feature work by hundreds of master’s level students across the disciplines from Brockport and more than thirty other universities.
These students will present original research and artistic endeavors in poster sessions, oral presentations, and creative performances. In addition to a luncheon and keynote presentation, there will be workshops for attendees on career development and doctoral study and a workshop for visiting faculty on government and foundation grant opportunities.
Dr. Timothy Killeen is president of the SUNY Research Foundation and SUNY Vice Chancellor for Research. In his dual role, Dr. Killeen is at the center of SUNY’s strategy for the growth of basic, translational, and clinical research. Watch the keynote address live during the conference.
Conference is registration is closed. Registration is required to attend the luncheon and keynote. Conference sessions are free and open to the public.
|8–9 am||Check-in||Seymour College Union, Fireside Lounge|
|9–10:15 am||Student Presentations, Session I||Edwards and Hartwell Halls|
|10:30–11:45 am||Student Presentations, Session II||Edwards and Hartwell Halls|
|Noon – 1:30 pm||Luncheon and Keynote Speaker
|Seymour College Union, Ballroom|
|1:30–3:30 pm||External Grant Writing Workshop with
NSF and EPA Representatives (for professors)
|1:45–3 pm||Student Presentations, Session III||Edwards and Hartwell Halls|
|3:15–4:30 pm||Professional Development Workshops
on Career Development and on Pursuing
|3:15–4:30 pm||Follow-up Discussions with NSF and EPA
Representatives (for professors)
Grants Development Office