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Presentation Opportunities

Presenting Your Research

Conducting research allows students to expand their personal knowledge of a specific topic or issue.

Presenting research findings encourages students to share their research with fellow students, other faculty, and industry partners. Students refine their research projects and sharpening their presentation skills.

Faculty often co-author publications with student authors, and encourage the student authors to present the papers with them at conferences. Also, students present their own papers at conferences — watch our news articles for the many instances where our students win “Best Paper” awards!


Upcoming Events

The Industry Expo in the fall features senior projects from capstone courses, especially industry-sponsored projects. We will announce the date of the 2021 Industry Expo soon!

The Paulson College of Engineering & Computing 2022 Student Research Symposium will be held on Friday, April 22, 2022. Watch our Symposium page for news!

Contact Dr. Reinhold Gerbsch, Director of Industry Relations, if you wish to participate as a sponsor or judge for either the Industry Expo or Student Research Symposium. rgerbsch@georgiasouthern.edu | 912-478-5474

Additionally, Georgia Southern’s Office of Research sponsors an annual research symposium in the spring for the entire University.

Submit your research for a conference, a symposium, or industry events.

Our students are encouraged to seek additional opportunities through student clubs, professional organizations, government-related activities, etc. Talk with your faculty mentor, student club advisors or click to find external opportunities.


EventQualificationsTerm
Georgia Southern University Research SymposiumOpen to all Georgia Southern StudentsSpring Semesters
College of Engineering & Computing Student Research SymposiumOpen to all College of Engineering & Computing studentsSpring Semesters
National Conference on Undergraduate Research Open to undergraduate students across the nationSpring or Summer Semester of Odd Years

Last updated: 6/17/2021