K-State Graduate Research, Arts, and Discovery (K-GRAD) Forum
The K-State GRAD Forum is an annual showcase of K-State graduate student research, scholarly work, and discovery. This on-campus event provides graduate students from all disciplines an opportunity to share their work with the K-State community and to gain experience presenting their work in a professional setting.
2024 event details
Sessions and Awards
K-State faculty judges will select one presenter to receive a scholarship award in each of a variety of categories. The types and number of awards to be distributed will depend on participation and funding. Additional details will be provided at a later time.
Faculty and Post-Doc Judge Volunteers
**Judges may be assigned to evaluate posters and talks in an area of research very different from their own research/scholarly background.**
Graduate students participating in the K-State GRAD Forum are instructed to communicate their work in a way that can be understood by the general public. To provide an evaluation of presentations from this perspective, some judges will be assigned to evaluate posters in an area of research or scholarly work very different from their own.
The GSC Research Forums Committee will contact volunteers by mid-late February with notification of their judging assignment or to inform them that they are not needed to serve as a judge.