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2017 RMC Abstracts and Student Research Competitions Information

Abstracts for the 2017 RMC were submitted late March and the committee is happy to announce that 167 abstracts are currently being reviewed by the committees. Final decisions will be made in the coming weeks and those that submitted an abstract will be notified of the final decision by the end of the April. All of the general abstracts, as well as those participating in the student research competitions, will be displayed on electronic poster boards. ePosters will be on display the afternoon of Sunday, June 18th for attendees, this gives attendees the opportunity to browse the abstracts on Sunday and determine which abstracts to view and discuss with the authors during the designated poster times on Monday, June 19th and Tuesday, June 20th.

Abstract Submission:

The abstract submission deadline has based for the 2017 RMC! 

Click here to download the Call for Abstract Guidelines.

ePoster Guidelines:

Click here to view guidelines and examples of ePosters.

Deadlines:

  • 11/17/2016    Call for Abstracts opens – submission system online
  • 01/24/2017    Intents for Research Competitions Due (Graduate & Undergraduate click here)
  • 3/31/2017, 11:59 p.m. Central Daylight Time  ~  Call for Abstracts ends – submission system closes
  • 5/1/2017    Presenters notified of status of submission
  • 5/5/2017    Deadline for all presenters to register for RMC
  • 5/26/2017 Deadline to submit ePoster Submission
  • Early June Presentation times sent out for general abstracts

Undergraduate Student Research Poster Competition

Sponsored by AMSA Educational Foundation Ann Hollingsworth and Dale Huffman Mentor Recognition Funds  
Sunday, June 18
7:30-8:00 am – ePoster Viewing prior to competition
8:00-11:00 am – ePoster Competition

Undergraduate Students
Students will be given five minutes to introduce the material to the judges and six to eight minutes for questions and discussion. They should be prepared to answer questions from judges and attendees concerning objectives, methods, design, results and interpretation of research presented.

Graduate Student Research Poster Competition

Sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc.
Sunday, June 18
8:00-9:30 am – ePoster Viewing prior to competition
9:30 am -4:00 pm – ePoster Competition

 
Master of Science Division:
Students will be given five minutes to introduce the material to the judges and six to eight minutes for questions and discussion. They should be prepared to answer questions from judges and attendees concerning objectives, methods, design, results and interpretation of research presented.

Doctor of Philosophy Division:
Students will be given 12 minutes to introduce the material to the judges and eight minutes for questions and discussion. They should be prepared to answer questions from judges and attendees concerning objectives, methods, design, results and interpretation of research presented.

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