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Intercollegiate Research Symposium

Presented by Simply Neuroscience, Erevna, and dcyphr

May 22 and 23, 2021

More information coming soon!

SCHEDULE (coming soon!)

Saturday, May 22nd

9:00 am

Opening ceremony + keynote speaker

Sunday, May 23rd

9:00 am

Coming soon!

 **Note: Times are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Schedule is tentative and subject to change as the event draws near.**

Where our attendees are from


  • Who can apply to present at the symposium?

    • Any undergraduate student is welcome to apply to present their research!

  • Where is the conference being hosted?

    • Online/virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Is there a registration fee for the conference?

    • Nope! The Intercollegiate Research Symposium is absolutely free! No payment of any kind involved thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and the efforts of the organizing team.

  • How can I support the symposium?
    • We would love it if you could share about the symposium on social media (tag us!) and let friends and family know! If you are able to financially support us with logistical costs, please consider donating.
  • I'm interested in attending but cannot attend due to a schedule conflict/time zone difference. How can I still take part?

    • We are in the works of figuring out recording the sessions and will try our best to include as many presentations and educational content portions of the conference on our YouTube channel (Simply Neuroscience) as well. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out!

  • Is it okay if I cannot attend the entire event?

    • Absolutely! You are not required to attend every single session and your registration is not binding.

  • What types of sessions will be happening?

    • Research presentations from guest speakers, virtual networking sessions, graduate education panels, interactive workshops, and more!

  • How can I receive updates about the Intercollegiate Research Symposium and stay in the loop?

    • Follow @simplyneuroscience, @covisualize, and @d.cyphr on Instagram, and subscribe to the newsletters.

  • Whom should I contact if I have any other questions?​

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