Posters at the Georgia Capitol

Posters at the Georgia Capitol

Posters at the Georgia State Capitol is an annual event in Atlanta, Georgia in which undergraduate researchers from schools in Georgia present their research as posters to state legislators and staffers. Undergraduates at Kennesaw State University who are working on research are strongly encouraged to submit an application. Check out the experiences from KSU's 2019 attendees here.

Who Should Apply: Undergraduate researchers from ALL disciplines who are currently enrolled in a public or private college or university located in the state of Georgia.

Recommended Research: Submit a research project that has been accepted and that you have presented within the last two academic years at another conference.

Important Dates and Information for the 2020 Event 

Presentation Date: February 25, 2020 from 1-4 p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia

Applications Open: October 4, 2019 at

Applications Close: November 18, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

Review Process: Applications are double-blind reviewed.

Application Decision Notification: Begins November 15, 2019 as to the status of applications.

State Government Approval: An electronic copy (e.g., .jpg, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf) of the approved poster [a draft is acceptable] is due through email to Electronic copies may be sumitted any time after the applicant’s receipt of application approval, but must be received no later than 5 p.m. on January 6, 2020 (late poster drafts will not be accepted and approval to present will be rescinded).

Preferences given to experienced presenters and research that crosses disciplines or has multiple disciplinary implications. Other quailty research will be considered.

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  • 2019 participants

    2019 KSU Student Participants

    Trae Dunn - (Faculty Mentor: Martin Hudson, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology)

    Olivia Lauzon (Faculty Mentor: Ebony Glover, Department of Psychological Science)

    Niko Giannakakos and Trevor Warnix (Faculty Mentors: Ayse Tekes, Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Adeel Khalid, Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering)