Graduate Student Consortium is held in Washington DC on September 20 by TPRC and Washington College of Law. The last date for applying to the event is April 30.
The Graduate Student Consortium (GSC) has been designed to provide graduate students with mentoring by academics, industry, and government leaders as well as networking opportunities with other graduate students.
Mentors are leaders from academia, industry, government, and the non-profit sectors, chosen to ensure balance among perspectives and to match areas of interest with GSC students.
A statement of approximately 1,500 words outlining their proposed research topic. The statement should describe the research objectives, methodology, and the study’s implications for industry or policymakers.
The topic can be a new area of exploration chosen specifically for the GSC or ongoing research.
A 150-word abstract summarizing their proposed research topic.
Applicants must submit a statement of endorsement from a faculty member at their institution.
Endorsement form available here.
Prof. Jane Bambauer: email@example.com
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