• Dr. Aurelio Curbelo, GMAP Symposium Co-Founder and Luncheon Speaker (2016 Symposium).
    Dr. Aurelio Curbelo, GMAP Symposium Co-Founder and Luncheon Speaker (2016 Symposium).
  • Dr. Dedrick Davis, Morning Session Speaker (2016 Symposium)
    Dr. Dedrick Davis, Morning Session Speaker (2016 Symposium)
  • Thelma Harding conversing with three prospective graduate students attending the Symposium from regional institutions (2016 Symposium).
    Thelma Harding conversing with three prospective graduate students attending the Symposium from regional institutions (2016 Symposium).
  • Dr. Curbelo and three members of the Symposium Planning Committee (2016 Symposium).
    Dr. Curbelo and three members of the Symposium Planning Committee (2016 Symposium).
  • Julio Rivas, poster presenter (2016 Symposium).
    Julio Rivas, poster presenter (2016 Symposium).
  • Chassidy Bozeman, oral presenter and winner in the Math/Phsycial Sciences category (2016 Symposium).
    Chassidy Bozeman, oral presenter and winner in the Math/Phsycial Sciences category (2016 Symposium).
  • Dr. George Jackson, Former Assistant Dean of the Graduate College and Founder of the GMAP Program
    Dr. George Jackson, Former Assistant Dean of the Graduate College and Founder of the GMAP Program
  • Dr. Linda Hagedorn, workshop presenter (2016 Symposium).
    Dr. Linda Hagedorn, workshop presenter (2016 Symposium).

SAVE THE DATE!!!

Saturday, October 14, 2017

ISU Memorial Union

 


In the fall of 2006, three graduate students accepted the challenge of planning and carrying out the very first GMAP Research Symposium to highlight the research contributions of underrepresented students receiving GMAP funding.  Students were invited to present their research in a relaxed environment allowing them to engage in fruitful discussions and to network with faculty and administrators.  The inaugural symposium was held on Saturday, February 10, 2007.

With ongoing support from the Graduate College, the Symposium will continue to be an avenue for underrepresented graduate students to share their knowledge.