Graduate Student Academic Showcase
Celebrate the Research of USF Graduate Students
The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) annually hosts a Graduate Student Academic Showcase to highlight graduate students' research and other work. This is the only graduate student event that aims to highlight and showcase the diverse array of academic and scholarly works for graduate students from all of the academic schools and colleges.
In addition to showcasing the works of graduate students, the newly elected representatives of the GSS will be introduced and awards will be presented to graduate student organizations (GSO) and a GSO advisor who have contributed to bettering graduating student engagement.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
The Graduate Student Academic Showcase is open to all USF community members. Guests of research presenters and awardees are welcome to attend. Dinner and drinks will be provided.
Submission deadline: Monday, April 1, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Graduate students have the opportunity to showcase their academic and creative projects in this annual end-of-year celebration. Projects may include academic poster presentations or visual and creative works. Attendance at the event is a requirement of having your work showcased. Students are encouraged to present projects from past and current classes as well as research from thesis, capstone, and dissertation projects. Projects can be individual or group projects. The standard poster size that can be accommodated is up to 56" x 36".
Student Organization Awards
Application deadline: Friday, April 5, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Graduate student organizations (GSO) and GSO advisors have the opportunity to be recognized for their accomplishments throughout the year and their contributions to graduate student engagement at USF. Awards will be presented at the Graduate Student Academic Showcase. Awardees will be notified prior to the event.
2017–18 Showcase Awardees
Graduate Student Organization of the Year Award
Women in Business
Emerging Graduate Student Organization Award
African Student Organization
Graduate Student Organization Advisor of the Year Award
Blythe Hurley, Graduate Business Association