Annual GURP Conference
Kennesaw State University
April 18, 2015
Purpose of GURP:
The GURP conference offers a great outlet for newly engaged social scientists in the southeastern United States to present their research in a professional setting and provides students an opportunity to develop professional skills, learn about research at regional colleges and universities, and connect with students and faculy who share an interest in research.
Who Should Attend:
High school, undergraduate, recent postbaccalaureate, and early (within the first two years of study) graduate students are eligilble to submit abstracts. We invite anyone interested in learning more about research and gaining conference experience to attend.
All empirical research projects conducted by students and sponsored by a faculty member are eligible for submission. Submissions from any of the subdisciplines of psychology will be considered. Abstract submissions should not exceed 200 words.
Poster and paper presentations
Keynote speaker: Dr. Georgina Hammock, "Hurting the Ones You Love: Psychological and Physical Aggression in Intimate Relationships"
Graduate school panel
Prizes for best poster and paper presentations
Continental breakfast and lunch
| Abstract Submission Deadline
||March 16, 2015
|Notification of Decision on Abstracts
||March 31, 2015
|Fee Waiver Application Deadline
||March 31, 2015
|Notification of Fee Waiver Awards/Recipients
||April 3, 2015
|Deadline for Early Conference Registration
||April 14, 2015
||April 18, 2015
The 2015 conference schedule will be posted a few days before the conference.
Click here to view the schedule from last year's conference.
The Psychology Department of Kennesaw State University.