Students are invited to an information session about Webster University’s Research Across Disciplines Conference. The session will be held on October 24, from 9:00-10:00 am CDT, in EAB 137 on the main campus and will be broadcast via WebEx for online, extended campus and international students.
During this information session, associate professor Eric Goedereis will provide tips and resource ideas to help students submit proposals and prepare their projects for the conference.
To register for the WebEx session, go to www.webster.edu/rad, and click on the information sessions tab.
RAD Conference December 9-10
Research Across Disciplines (RAD) is a bi-annual conference hosted by Webster University that showcases the scholastic efforts of collegians from all around the world and across a variety of academic fields. The next RAD Conference will be held December 9-10, 2016.
RAD is a great way to showcase your original research, scholarship or creative project to peers, faculty and community members across the Webster global network. Gain valuable experience that will help you academically and throughout your career.
Presentations are welcome from graduate and undergraduate students in all fields and disciplines. They can take the form of a poster, an oral presentation, or a visual arts display. Students from Extended and International campuses can present via video recording or teleconferencing.
To submit a proposal, prepare an abstract of 150-200 words summarizing your project. You will also need to identify a faculty member to sponsor your work, so please be sure to secure a faculty sponsor prior to submission. For more information or to submit your proposal online please visit www.webster.edu/rad.
Monday, April 24 at 9:00am to 10:00am
East Academic Building, 137
545 Garden Ave. 63119