The Undergraduate Research Symposium provided a chance for students to present their research from afar. All areas of research are accepted, and this was a great opportunity for students to present their summer work, such as research done at an REU, abroad, or at the University of Florida. Presenting at the symposium gives students valuable presentation experience, as well as a place to network and learn about research in a variety of fields.
Please feel free to share using the hashtag #2021UFCURSYM. We want to share your posts with others and are very proud of everything the students have accomplished.
Abstract, Poster, and Video submission are due by March 15th at 11:59pm.
2:00 – 2:30pm – Symposium Virtual Welcome on Zoom
2:30 – 3:30pm – Poster Session #1
3:30 – 4:30pm – Poster Session #2
Poster presentation: The poster presentations will start at 2:30pm and will finish at 4:30pm. Half of the time you will be on your poster page, the other half you will be the audience for the other presenters. Student presenters will submit a video poster pitch and an image of the poster to be displayed on our virtual symposium site. The virtual symposium is only accessible to UF Faculty and Staff with a current Gatorlink login. Students will be participating via zoom links on their pages.
Students with last names that start with A-K will present their poster from 2:30-3:30pm and then they will be the audience from 3:30-4:30pm. Students with the last names that start with L-Z will present their posters from 3:30-4:30pm but will be the audience from 2:30-3:30pm. Students are encouraged to add a zoom link as the first comment on their page if they would like to have to opportunity to interact live with their peers, however, this is not required.
For any additional questions, please contact the CUR office at email@example.com with the subject line “Spring Symposium.”
We have addressed the feedback from last years symposium and will be implementing a new commenting feature created by Graphcomment. This will allow for live comments to populate without refreshing and quick moderation of comments to allow for a live chat with each student on their own page.
Create a Graphcomment account right from the student’s page.
Why create an account? Profiles are displayed directly on comments, enabling a quick view of the user. Once signed in, users are alerted in real time via email of a response or a received vote, so no need to stay on the same student page to wait.
If you decide, you can post as a guest, but will lose those features.
You can connect to the comment plugin with any of the accounts listed:
Or create a GraphComment Account by clicking Register now!
You will be asked to verify your email with a code: Check your email for this code!!
After you verify your email you will receive a welcome email with the features of graph comment and you are ready to go. Process only takes a couple minutes and will allow you to create a profile with your image and any additional information you wish to provide others during your interaction.