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Below is the slideshow as well as other logistical
information from last year's Conference for your reference!:
The 21st Annual McNair/EIP/G-MAP
Research Conference is hosted by the
University of Washington in Seattle. Similar to the previous year, we will be combining our
21st Annual Research Conference with the University of Washington's
Undergraduate Research Symposium (URP). This conference is designed to provide prospective graduate students the opportunity to present their current research
and network with other students and faculty from select research
institutions.*Any McNair Scholar from any
college/university or EIP Affiliates from the University of
Washington who are interested in sharing their research are
encouraged to attend.
To apply to present at the
conference, submit a paper or poster abstract by
February 25, 2013. Abstracts are submitted through
the registration process (see below).
Not ready to present this year but want to be a part of the action? We’re looking for volunteers to help with
the symposium! Send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address and your major/areas of interest, and the volunteer organizers will contact you with additional information about volunteering.
Conference Registration Fee The 2013 conference fee is $200 per person for both students
and staff from institutions other
University of Washington. The $200 covers select conference
meals and stewardships.
The 2012 conference fee is $190 per person for
both students and staff from institutions
other than the
University of Washington. The $190 covers select conference meals (see last year's event calendar) and stewardships.
Location The McNair/EIP Research Conference will be held on the University of Washington campus, including events in Mary Gates Hall,
the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, and the Husky
Union Building (HUB). For maps of the University of Washington, click here.
The Official Conference Schedule, including specific presentation and event
locations, is coming
*Last year’s conference brought close to 200 scholars and staff from Boise State University, California State University at Long Beach, Henderson State University, Heritage University, Kent State University, Lamar University, Portland State University, Sam Houston State University, Southern Oregon University, University of California at Santa Barbara, University of North Dakota, University of Northern Colorado, University of Saint Thomas, and the University of Washington. This year’s conference promises to be just as big!
The McNair/EIP/GO-MAP Conference is sponsored in part by
For additional information about the conference, please contact: McNair Postbaccalaureate
University of Washington, Office of Minority Affairs and
173G Mary Gates Hall
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-1271
Fax: 206-543-2746 email@example.com