About the Conference
The UM Graduate Conference (GradCon) will be held in the University Center Ballroom on Friday, February 22, 2019. The UM GradCon is interdisciplinary and welcomes presentations from all disciplines and departments. This year, GradCon will continue to be organized by the UM Graduate and Professional Student Association and graciously sponsored by the Office of Research and Creative Scholarship. The conference is free and open to the public. All members of the UM campus community are encouraged to attend and participate.
UM Faculity and staff please continue to watch your emails as more information will be made available in early fall!
Congratulations to the following "Best of GradCon" Award recipients:
15 minute Oral Presentations - Ranalda Tsosie
Addressing water contamination issues using SPCs and Indigenous knowledge.
5 minute "Chalk Talks" - Kim Spurzem
Montana: The Last Best Place to Die by Suicide – An evaluation of Montana’s fragmented prevention efforts.
5 minute "Chalk Talks" Nicholas Wageling
Exploring the Effect of Sterics and Geometry in Catalyst Design
Posters - Hayley Savage
Is this my great aunt? an analysis of human skeletal remains to construct a biological profile
Visual & Performing Arts - Anne Yoncha
Lag: An Artistic Investigation of Plant Systems
Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result. - Oscar Wilde