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Virtual Graduate Student Involvement & Resource Fair

Virtual Graduate Student Involvement & Resource Fair

calendar_today February 16-March 16, 2021

This virtual FlipGrid event includes welcome videos from the many offices and units you may interact with while you are student. There are also important details about the programming and offices that support your health, safety, and well-being. In addition, there are videos from student organizations that welcome you to become involved in during your time at Penn State!

The FlipGrid will be available to you any time by accessing the following link in your web browser:

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School at


Graduate Exhibition

Graduate Exhibition 

calendar_today March 24-26, 2021

The Graduate Research Exhibition will be held in a virtual format from March 24-26, 2021. 

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The Graduate Research Exhibition features five distinct categories showcasing Penn State graduate students’ research and creative accomplishments:

  • Research Presentations: The Research Presentation Option is open to graduate students from all disciplines at the University. Students will present their research via a recorded oral presentation.
  • Design: The Design Option is open to graduate students from all disciplines whose research focuses on the design of a product, whether that be in a 3-dimensional or digital space. Students will present their design project.
  • Visual Arts: The Visual Arts Option is open to graduate students for whom creating studio work is a required part of their graduate degree program. Student art works will be displayed on the exhibition website as well as in the Hub-Robeson Gallery on Penn State’s University Park campus. Visiting campus is not required to judge this category.
  • Video: The Video Option is open to graduate students from all disciplines who wish to present their research in a video format. Videos are 2 minutes in length and capture the excitement, importance, and value of the scholarly work.  
  • Performance: The Performance Option is open to all graduate students who are pursuing graduate degrees in the performing arts. Performances will be recorded and available for judges and the public to view via the Exhibition Website. 


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