FAQ

2022 FAQ

Where will the symposium be held?

  • UW Discovery Building – 330 N Orchard Street | 608-316-4300
  •  Talks will be held in the H.F DeLuca Forum auditorium located in the center of the building. The reception will take place in the atrium.

What is the mask policy? 

  • Masks are optional per Dane County and UW Campus Policies. More info is available here.

I’m unable to attend the entire conference, is that alright? 

  • Absolutely! Please come to any of the talks that you are available to attend.

I forgot to register– can I still attend? 

  • Absolutely! You can register online even after the symposium has begun – or you can register in person at the registration table outside the HF DeLuca Forum.

Will there be food?

Where should I park?

Poster Session FAQ: 

  • If you would still like to present a poster but missed the application deadline, simply bring your poster to the Poster Session and speak with Amber Sebastian – there will be extra poster boards available and we would love for you to participate!
  • Suggested poster size: 46×46 inches or smaller (poster boards are 48×48)
  • There is no virtual poster session, however poster abstracts and PDF posters will be uploaded to this website and available to view on the Poster Session page.
  • Please be sure to print your poster and bring it with you to the symposium! We are unable to assist with poster-printing.
  • Additional information related to poster design and printing is available here

Virtual/Hybrid Event FAQ: 

  • The symposium will be a hybrid event – all talks will be offered in person at the Discovery Building and via livestream. The Zoom Webinar link will be shared with all registered attendees by Wednesday morning – please check your inbox for an email from Eventbrite.
  • All talks will be recorded and shared with registered attendees, assuming there are no technical hiccups
  • There is a full 45 minute discussion session following each talk, initially led by a panel of graduate students, then opening up to questions from both in-person and virtual audiences.