Missouri Transect Annual Meeting - Student & Postdoc Professional Development Event

Event date(s): Thursday, October 4, 2018
Location: UMKC Student Union, 5100 Cherry Street, Kansas City, MO 64110


The Missouri Transect Annual Statewide Meeting is held once a year to celebrate the accomplishments of the Missouri Transect researchers and students and promote ongoing and new collaborations.  Researchers will showcase their research and education projects that are enhancing Missouri’s research and development infrastructure, capacity, and competitiveness.

Students and Postdocs will have a Professional Development event on the evening of October 4 at the UMKC Student Union.

 

The Annual Meeting website is live and full of important information, such as hotelregistration, and abstract submission

 

Register for the Annual Meeting by September 21 using the online registration form.

 

The Missouri Transect Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to collaborate with Missouri Transect researchers from across Missouri and to learn about research and education projects that are enhancing Missouri’s research and development infrastructure, capacity, and competitiveness.  There will be a strong focus at this Annual Meeting on sustainability and future funding beyond the close of the EPSCoR program.

 

Graduate and undergraduate students who attend will be able to present posters on their research.  More information on abstract and poster guidelines and the submission page can be found at this link.

 

Key Info:

Meeting Date: October 5

Meeting Location: UMKC Student Union, 5100 Cherry Street, Kansas City, MO 64110

Meeting Websitehttps://goo.gl/YsE35r

 

Key Deadlines:

Deadline to register: September 21

Deadline to make a hotel reservation: September 4

Deadline to submit abstract: September 15

 

Please contact Emily Haghighi, haghighie [at] missouri [dot] edu with any questions about the meeting.  You can contact the MU Conference Office, muconf9 [at] missouri [dot] edu, with questions about the registration page or issues with website functionality.