Yale awarded the first Ph.D. degrees in the United States.
PROPOSAL DEADLINE: Proposals must be submitted via e-mail by 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) on February 15, 2020
A limited number of research proposals will be accepted in each of the following divisions: Humanities, Social Sciences, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering. Submissions must be relevant to one of the following topics:
We invite oral presentations, poster presentations, and academic panels from graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and administrators, based on your research, teaching or practice perspective, as it pertains to one of the above mentioned topics. This year’s theme is:
“Our Social Justice Imperative: Shifting Societal Norms”.
Students from diverse backgrounds, particularly women and other underrepresented students are especially encouraged to present their research. Research presentations should be original and they must relate to one of the above mentioned topics. We seek to feature the research of graduate and undergraduate students across disciplines to recognize outstanding scholarship among students in progress.
1. Academic Panel (up to 3 panelists and 1 moderator): 45 minutes for the presentation and 15 minutes for questions
2. Oral Research Presentation (individual): 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions
3. Poster Research Presentation (individual): poster presenter must be available to discuss his/her poster during the poster session lasting 1 hour. Easels and white foam poster boards (36” X 48”) will be provided. Please note that all posters must be removed at the end of the session.