Annual Graduate Student Research Colloquium

Every year during March, the Department of Educational Psychology sponsors a graduate student research colloquium.

The 9th Annual G. M. Dunlop Educational Psychology Graduate Student Colloquium, 2016   

Organized and run by the Educational Psychology Graduate Student Association, this event provides students with the opportunity to present their research to fellow students and faculty. Presentation formats include oral or poster. A Research Prize is awarded to the presentation that is voted the most significant contribution to the field of Educational Psychology. The Department provides snacks and beverages. 

2016 Graduate Student Colloquium
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2015 
9:00 am-3:30 pm 
4th Floor Student Lounge, Education North

2015 Research Prize Winners
Laura Friesen- Poster
Corbett Artym and Dustin Marcinkevics- Presentation

Participants’ research abstracts are complied into a “Program” and made available to all audience members. View previous years' programs below.

2015 Graduate Student Colloquium
Thursday, March 5th, 2015 
8:30 am-3:30 pm 
4th Floor Student Lounge, Education North

Abstracts must be submitted by Friday, February 10th, 2015 by email to edpygsa@ualberta.ca.

How to submit an abstract:

  1. Write an abstract as a Microsoft Word document. It must be less than, or equal to 150 words. When your abstract is received, a "word count" will be done.  If it exceeds 150 words, every word after the 150 will be deleted.  Also, we will not edit your abstract. It will be printed EXACTLY as submitted. So please take care when submitting. 
  2. Include your full name (and the names of any co-authors). 
  3. Include whether you will be giving an oral or a poster presentation.  
  4. Include the title of your presentation. 
  5. Include the program to which you belong (i.e., TESL, MEC, Counselling, Special Ed., School Psych) 
  6. Include your degree (Master's or Ph.D.) 
  7. Email all of the above information to your co-presidents at edpygsa@ualberta.ca.

Past Programs