CNAS STEM Conference
Strengthening the Roots of STEM
April 22 - 23, 2022
9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Guam and Northern Mariana Island time /GMT+10)
Virtual Conference | Whova and Zoom
This year, we’re Strengthening the Roots of STEM! On a virtual platform, the UOG STEM Conference is a student-led event that will (1) showcase the work of Guam students abroad about their research projects, (2) delve into current local/global matters and research on Guam, and (3) explore the many opportunities available to STEM students.
Learn from our students about local and global topics in various STEM-related fields: Agriculture, Biology (Biomedical, Environmental, Marine science, Plant science), Chemistry, Computer Science & Technology, Engineering, Health Science, and Mathematics. Take a look at our Conference Agenda to see workshops, speakers, and live sessions that will be hosted on conference days!
The conference is open to all high school students, college students, graduate students, and individuals interested in learning about science and networking on a professional platform. Register today to earn a virtual conference ticket and receive free merchandise for a limited number of registrants!
*Merchandise and giveaways will be available for local pick-ups only.*
Abstracts are expected to have 150-250 words, with correct grammar, spelling, and sentence structure, i.e., with editing and proofreading prior to submission. The general criteria for the abstract acceptance are as follows.
Only one (1) poster or oral abstract can be submitted per individual. However, another individual may be listed as a co-author on another abstract.
Students working in the same lab or on the same project must independently submit original abstracts. Identical abstracts submitted by different students will be automatically rejected.
Only one author can present a project during the conference. NO group presentations are allowed. However, if multiple students worked on the same project, then each of them can present the same project independently of one another so long as they submit different abstracts.
Approval must be obtained from all co-authors listed on the abstract. Failure to do so will result in the immediate rejection of the abstract.
Students must obtain approval from faculty advisor(s)/research mentor(s) before submitting the abstract. Failure to do so will result in the immediate rejection of the abstract.
Abstracts must be written by the student and reviewed by the faculty or research mentor
For any general questions, comments, or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.