October 4, 2019

The Chuan-Pu Lee, Ph.D. Endowed Graduate Student Research Presentation Day is a student-organized event that showcases graduate student STEM research on Wayne State's campus. The goal of GSRPD is to highlight the diverse spectrum of research at Wayne State, and promote collaboration between researchers.

Abstract submission is open to all Wayne State University graduate students pursuing a Master's, PhD, or MD/PhD in a STEM field. For abstract submission dates, click on the tab "Abstract Submission" in the main menu. Students present their work as a poster or an oral presentation. When the 15 oral presentation slots are filled, all other abstracts are invited for poster presentation. Guidelines for poster and oral presentations are available under the tab "Presentation Specifications" in the main menu.

Presentations are judged by WSU faculty, with prizes for the top poster and oral presentations. Awards will be based on scientific content, visual design and layout, clarity, ability to address questions, and scientific significance. Thanks to a generous endowment by the late Dr. Chuan-Pu Lee, Ph.D., top oral and poster presentations will receive a monetary prize of up to $1,000. To read more about Dr. C.P. Lee, click on the tab "Dr. Chuan-Pu Lee, Ph.D." on the main menu.

Please check back frequently for updated information for presenters, judges, and attendees. Like us on facebook, @WSUGSRPD. Email us with any questions at gsrpd@wayne.edu. Check out pictures from past GSRPDs by clicking "GSRPD Photos" on the main menu.

See you at GSRPD 2019!

Information for sponsors: Please see the "Schedule" page for detailed information on the day's event.