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The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) Pathways Student Research Symposium is a student research showcase. Open to undergraduate and graduate students from all TAMUS institutions, the Pathways Student Research Symposium gives system students an opportunity to present their research to -- and network with -- faculty members, judges, and other students across the system. Separate categories are available for undergraduate-, master's- and doctoral-level posters or oral presentations. 

The Pathways Symposium rotates annually among the TAMUS institutions. This year, the event will take place in event space at Kyle Field and the Memorial Student Center at Texas A&M University in College Station

Please plan to join us for this exciting event connecting students, faculty, and staff and strengthening the TAMUS research community. 

Thursday, March 3rd, noon - 7pm (lunch and dinner provided by Pathways)
Friday, March 4th, 8am - 1pm (lunch provided by Pathways)
Texas A&M University - College Station

Benefits for Students --

  • Promote and share your research and receive feedback
  • Connect with students and faculty from other system universities
  • Learn about grad programs at system universities
Application --
  • The deadline to apply to present your research has been extended to Monday, February 21, at noon CST.

Please note that submitting a registration form DOES NOT automatically confirm your acceptance. Accepted registrations will receive a follow up confirmation email. The Graduate and Professional School will cover the registration fee for all TAMU-College Station students accepted to participate. 

Click here to submit your abstract and application

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