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BioSci Southwest Symposium

Engage with cutting-edge research.
Connect with next-gen scientists.
Share your knowledge. 

BioSci Southwest is a regional symposium that engages both presenters an attendees to create a fun and community-oriented experience. 

  • Learn about research being conducted at local universities via lightning talks and poster presentations.
  • Network with researchers and further expand your project. Understand the undergraduate and graduate school experience.
  • Talk with scientists and engage with their work. Support student researchers in their burgeoning identity as a scientist.

BioSci Southwest includes Coffee Chats, where researchers and experts hold mini-discussions about their research or crafting a career. During the panel de-brief Coffee Chat, you'll talk with other attendees about actionable steps and insights gained. Ask questions, add insights, be part of the conversation. 

We want your expertise as well! Offer your feedback on BioSci Southwest’s content by reviewing presentations and posters. Your feedback will be used as part of the awards ceremony and make you eligible to win awards of your own!


Register Today! The symposium is free and includes admission to all events. Space is limited and registration only takes 20 seconds. 

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Presenters

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Abstract Guidelines

SciComm Presentations

 

Paper Presentations

  • Paper presentation guidelines.
  • Abstracts reviewed by committee, notifications sent by 10/10/20.
  • 10-minute presentation, 5-min Q&A at BioSci Southwest
  • Specifics of your research project (methods, results, discussion).

 

Coffee Chats

Throughout the symposium, BioSci Southwest will feature Coffee Chats at tables hosted by experts and researchers. Learn from others, share your experiences, and ask questions about balancing a personal and professional life or crafting a life sciences career.  You can also discuss the panel's insights with other researchers and determine actionable steps to implement their insights

If you’re interested in in hosting a Coffee Chat discussion, email SOLUR@asu.edu with your idea.

Poster Symposium

Attendees

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Coffee Chats

Throughout the symposium, BioSci Southwest will feature Coffee Chats at tables hosted by experts and researchers.

Learn from others, share your experiences, and ask questions about balancing a personal and professional life or crafting a life sciences career.  You can also discuss the panel's insights with other researchers and determine actionable steps to implement their insights


If you’re interested in hosting a Fireside Chat discussion, email SOLUR@asu.edu with your idea.

Hosts

  • Arizona State University
  • School of Life Sciences Graduate Programs
  • School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research Program (SOLUR)

Where

Live Online via Zoom
Pre-recorded SciComm sessions available two weeks prior

When

Friday, Oct. 30, 2020
12 - 5 p.m. 

Schedule of Events

12 - 12:50 p.m. Keynote Panel: Research and anti-racism (panelists TBD)

1 - 2:00 p.m. Live Research Paper Presentations

2:10 - 2:40 p.m. Coffee Chats: Grad School, Careers and Keynote Panel Debrief

2:50 - 3:20 p.m. Live Q&A with SciComm Presenters

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Live Research Paper Presentations

4:40 - 5 p.m.  Live Q&A with SciComm Presenters

Cost

Free

Contact

School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research Program
SOLUR@asu.edu

 

 

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