CALLING ALL STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN PUBLIC OPINION, SURVEY RESEARCH, MARKET RESEARCH, AND DATA ANALYTICS! (see flyer for all the details!)
What specifically happens that evening?
Students and young professionals present their research work in a poster format that visually illustrates original research through text and graphics. Academics and professionals will stroll through the poster area, interacting and engaging with each presenter about their work. The environment is informal and supportive.
What is in it for me?
Cash: $1000 to be divided between the first place winner and runner-up. Experience: Easy and comfortable in a professional setting, perfect for first-timers and repeat performers. Networking opportunities: Academics and business representatives will be in attendance to meet you.
Undergraduates, graduate students, and those who have completed their degree within the past five years are encouraged to apply.
What does the topic have to be about?
The presentation must involve original research related to public opinion, polling, surveys, survey methodology, analysis, or other related fields. All topics are welcome.
Do I have to write an extensive paper?
No, we are looking for a 250-word abstract.
How do I apply?
A 250-word abstract should be sent to email@example.com by March 19, 2020. Please also include the company or school/program (if applicable), email address and phone number in the transmission email with the subject line: Young Scholar Submission. Applicants will be notified by April 7, 2020 regarding acceptance.
Where: IBM, 88 University Place, Greenwich Village, Manhattan
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020