Summer Student Science Symposium

Summer Student Science Symposium 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

CAPPS Center

Delta Research and Extension Services

Stoneville, MS

Major Sponsors: USDA-ARS and Mississippi State University

2017 Summer Symposium Brochure

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT VIA THE 33RD ANNUAL SOUTHERN BIOENGINEERING CONFERENCE LINK!

Do not be alarmed if the confirmation you receive via email says “33rd Annual Southern Bioengineering Conference.” You submitted to the correct location.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND THE SUMMER SYMPOSIUM!**

**Please note that there will be a heading at the top of the registration pages stating “33rd Annual Southern Bioengineering Conference.” You are in the correct location! You will also receive an email confirming your registration, and it will state the same conference. Do not be alarmed as you are receiving the correct email.

Symposium Coordinators
Dr. Nacer Bellaloui, Chair
USDA-ARS
nacer.bellaloui@ars.usda.gov

Dr. Sukumar Saha, Co-Chair
USDA-ARS
saha.sukumar@ars.usda.gov

Dr. Ham Benghuzzi, Advisor
University of Mississippi Medical Center
hbenghuzzi@umc.edu

Submission and Notifications Deadlines

Submission of 200-word Short Abstract:

July 15, 2017: Submission Closes (11 PM CST USA)

July 20, 2017: Notification of Abstract Acceptance

Goal:
The symposium is designed to bring student researchers (undergraduates and graduates) across all branches of science divisions to present their research findings through poster presentation and interact with their peers and the scientific communities; explore career opportunities; make personal contacts that can lead to job opportunities; receive information from potential employers; enhance communication and networking skills; establish professional relationships; find out about internships and job opportunities with companies, universities, and USDA-ARS.

Who should attend:
Students conducting research in the areas of agriculture and plant sciences; molecular biology, pathology, entomology, genetics, chemistry, health sciences, outcomes and population or related subjects are highly encouraged to participate and compete for prestigious awards.

Awards and recognitions:
The first, second, and third place of poster presentations (Undergraduate and Graduate) will receive a Certificate and cash awards; and fourth, fifth, and sixth will receive Certificates; all student participants will receive honorable mention certificate from the Mississippi Academy of Sciences.

 

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