Planning is continuing for this year’s Graduate Student Research Forum, which offers expanded awards, competitive panel sessions, a new location and lots of food.
The Grad Forum, held at the Ford Alumni Center, will showcase the contributions of graduate students from across campus whose research and creative expressions highlight the research strengths of the University of Oregon.
The event is open to UO students, faculty and community members and will be held Friday, Feb. 20. starting at 10 a.m.
The 6th annual Grad Forum is organized around four different themes that highlight the significance of research, art and scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and professions. They are: Science and the Social Good; Academy, Race and (In)Equality: Bridging Research and Practice; Human Rights, Development and Sustainability; and Imaginative Design, Art and Performance.