Psychology and Gender Research Symposium

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Fall 2020

Eighth Annual Psychology & Gender Research Symposium

Tuesday, November 10th, 5-7 PM


The Department of Psychology's Eighth Annual Psychology and Gender Research Symposium will be held Tuesday, Nov. 10th. All graduate and undergraduate psychology student research and class projects are welcome, as well as projects from students involved in gender-related scholarship/research in any discipline.

This year's symposium will be virtual. Students will be invited to submit Posters (pdf or PowerPoint with audio) and Oral Presentations (Videos or PowerPoint with audio).

All presenters (individuals or groups) will need to submit an abstract for the symposium by 5:00 pm on Friday, Oct. 23rd. 

What to submit in your Abstract

All presenters (individuals or groups) should submit a Word document that contains an abstract which has been reviewed and approved by your faculty advisor and contains the following information:

Title of Presentation:

List of Authors (First Name first, Middle Initial optional, and Last Name last for all co-presenters in the order they should appear in the program):

Faculty Mentor(s):


Presentation Format (Poster Presentation or Oral Presentation Recording--Talk with your faculty mentor about which to submit):

Does your project investigate gender in any way? Please indicate Yes or No: 

Body of Abstract (approximately 250 words max): 


How to submit your abstract

Prior to submitting your abstract, you must first register yourself and enroll in the D2L course called “Psychology and Gender Research Symposium”. Please click here and follow the instructions on how to do this.

Once you have enrolled yourself in this D2L course, go to the “Assignments” Tab and upload your abstract as a Word document in either the Abstract Submission for Poster Presentations or the Abstract Submission for Oral Presentation Recordings category. 


For further information and instructions

Faculty, presenters, and attendees can register themselves and enroll in the D2L course called “Psychology and Gender Research Symposium”. Please click here and follow the instructions on how to do this. Additional information and instructions can be found in “Content Tab” which contains several modules including a) the Call for Abstracts,  b) Instructions for Presenters re Uploading Final Presentations, c) Instructions for Students Attending the Symposium, and d) the Program of Presentation.