2019 Annual GIDP Student Research Showcase
December 3, 2019
Student Union Memorial Center - North Ballroom
The Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs Administration Office (GIDP) will hold the 2019 Student Research Showcase on December 3, 2019, at the Student Union Memorial Center in the North Ballroom.
The showcase will include students representing each of the 18 GIDPs who will present a research poster at the event. Service Awards will be presented to Program Coordinators and an Honored Faculty Award are also presented to a faculty member nominted and voted on by faculty members across all GIDP’s. There will be refreshments provided as well as a raffle available for all attendee’s.
A short talk by a recipient of a Carter Travel Award is also part of the program. The Carter Travel Award is named for Herbert E. Carter, one of the founding directors of the GIDP. The Carter Travel award is opened for applications for 4 open sessions each academic year. Approximately 20 students are selected from nearly 40 applicants each year and can receive up to $600 to be applied toward some of the expenses related to travel.
The University’s GIDPs provide stimulus, cohesion and visibility to the scholarly and scientific activities of nearly 800 faculty members engaged in interdisciplinary research and graduate education at The University of Arizona. The founding directors recognized this cannot effectively be conducted within traditional disciplinary borders more than 50 years ago and through their efforts a standard of a broader range of research and training was established and have endured at The University of Arizona. The collaborative relationship between colleges across campus and the 18 GIDPs creates unique opportunities for more than 300 students enrolled in a GIDP to pursue and realize their aspirations in new research bringing about change serving the community and the world.