GRS Presentation Submission 2024

GRS Presentation Submissions 2024

Before submitting, make sure you have read through the competition guidelines and have followed all formatting requirements.

Please format your presentation in the following manner:

Submission Date and Scoring:

  • Submitted by Friday, March 15th, 2024.

File Name:

  • LastName_FirstName_”Research” or “Proposal”_GRS2024

Proposal Flash Talk

  • Time: 5 minutes
  • Eligibility for this category:
    • Student in their 1st year of their program as of the week of the symposium
    • OR a student past their 1st year but presenting a newly developed project
  • Additional Info: Preliminary data presented can be the student’s own data or obtained from a different source that supports the proposed research.
  • Competition Rules:
    • Talk should cover only a single project.
    • PowerPoint slide(s) are encouraged. If you choose to use PowerPoint, the deadline to submit your PowerPoint is Friday, March 15th.
    • The abstract (20%) and the presentation/question session (80%) will count toward the final score.
    • Presentations should be between 4:30 – 5:00 minutes.
    • A 5-point deduction for students who are under or overtime. The microphone will be silenced after 15 seconds over time.
    • There will be a questions segment immediately following the presentation lasting either 2 minutes or 3 questions, whichever occurs first.

Research Flash Talk

  • Time: 5 minutes
  • Eligibility for this category:
    • A student that has new results (not presented at last year’s GRS) from research to present.
    • OR a student that is asking a different question or using a different analytical technique with data that was previously presented at a GRS.
  • Competition Rules:
    • Talk should cover only a single project.
    • PowerPoint slide(s) are encouraged. If you choose to use PowerPoint, the deadline to submit your PowerPoint is Friday, March 15th.
    • The abstract (20%) and the presentation/question session (80%) will count toward the final score.
    • Presentations should be between 4:30 – 5:00 minutes.
    • A 5-point deduction for students who are under or overtime. The microphone will be silenced after 15 seconds over time.
    • There will be a questions segment immediately following the presentation lasting either 2 minutes or 3 questions, whichever occurs first.