1. What is the GRC?

    Each spring, GSG sponsors the Graduate Research Colloquium Poster & Presentation Competition. The colloquium is a unique opportunity to share your research with the university community and to gain experience in presenting that research to colleagues.

  2. Who can participate?

    The competition is open to all graduate students from all departments . Students may choose to either present their research in a talk, or create a poster detailing their work. Both posters and presentations are judged by Michigan Tech faculty using predefined rubrics. The evaluation sheets will be provided to presenters with their presentation schedule about a month before the colloquium.

  3. How do I apply?

    This year we are using an online abstract submission process. The deadline for submitting a poster or presentation abstract is January 13th, 2017 at 11:59pm (23:59). Submit your abstract here!

    Format your abstract strictly according to the instructions provided in the submission link that will be provided. For more information, please contact the Academic Chair.

  4. Can I see examples of abstracts?

    Click here to view the Abstracts of Posters & Presentations from GRC 2015.

  5. What awards are given out?

    GSG also annually presents awards to the Outstanding Student Scholar, Outstanding Student Leader and Graduate Mentor at the Colloquium banquet. For more information regarding the awards and nominations, please visit the Merit Awards page.

    In addition to the Merit awards, prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in both oral and poster presentations. Prizes are also awarded for People’s Choice Poster and Highest-Attended Oral Presentation.

  6. What is the GRC Banquet?

    All presenters, award nominees, and graduate school’s award winners will be invited for the banquet. Staff from Graduate School and E-Board of the Graduate Student Government will also join the banquet