What is it?
The Giles T. Brown Student Project and Research Symposium provides a venue for all students from
any field at OCC to showcase work they've done in class or independently with faculty or staff mentors There are several ways work can be shared, including poster, oral presentation, or exhibition of work virtually.
All you need to do is find a faculty mentor to research with and follow the important dates for the event.
As an attendee shared the symposium "Helps you gain knowledge in something you might not have looked into on your own."
2022 Event Date
When: Friday, April 22, 2022
Workshops (Planned for Zoom):
Getting Started Workshop Recording on Zoom link (occured on September 24, 2021)
The Library: Super Charge Your Research Zoom meeting link (November 5, 2021 at 1pm)
What is an Abstract? Check out the Abstract Module on the Symposium Canvas Shell
Writing Your Abstract: there will be two workshops with committee members available to help you with your abstract. Please go through the Abstract Module on Canvas prior to these workshops and bring your draft abstract to get advice/guidance to make it your best:
Monday, November 29th from 5-6pm: click on the Zoom link and
Thursday, December 2nd from 5-6pm: click on the Zoom link
Presentation Workshops (TBD)
Intent to Submit Due: Monday, November 8, 2021 (on the Canvas Shell)
Draft of Abstract Due: Monday, December 6, 2021 (on the Canvas Shell)
Librarian One-on-One Library Sessions
Get one-on-one help for your Symposium project by meeting with a librarian. Meetings are by appointment. To request your consultation, please fill out this request. will respond with 1-2 days.
Other resources include:
- Library Workshops: The library offers one hour workshops on how to do library research throughout the semester. You do not need to register - just come to the Zoom session at the scheduled time! You can view scheduled times here.
- Get help during Library open hours: Please see the library website for information on how you can get help from the librarians during open hours. We offer services through online chat, phone, email, and in-person (possibly).
- And more sign up for our Symposium Canvas page and click on Library Research, Help & Resource
Ulrike Green - email@example.com
Amy Hellman - firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Archibald, Erik Bender, Diane Brown, Katherine Donahoe, Kelli Elliott, Robert Ellis, Jerome Fang, Melissa Ferguson, Erin Gratz, Ulrike Green, Amy Hellman, Sharyn Konick, Jon Mochizuki, Duy Pham, Brent Rudmann, Teresa Scarbrough, Michael Sutliff, Marie Tsaasan, Laura Wagner, and Lane Whitlow