CRIDC Mission Objectives
- Provide a platform for graduate students to develop and exhibit their ability to communicate with the broader professional community.
- Promote access to the resources available to graduate students through the Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL), Center for Career Discovery and Development (C2D2), the Graduate Student Senate (GSS), and Venture Labs.
- Present opportunities for graduate students to explore their career options.
Key Conference details
- When: March 5th, 2015
- Where: Georgia Tech Student Center
- Eligible Participants: All Georgia Tech Graduate Students
CRIDC will be a day-long event consisting of table-top discussion, panel sessions, and competitions. For details about the various activities, see the below sections.
Conference Day Activities:
More Information to come as the agenda is finalized in the coming months
The competitions to be offered this year include: the Poster Competition, Ivan Allen Paper Competition, and the Innovation Competition. Below you will find a PDF that contains the details for each competition.
Awards to be given:
Poster Competition: (>20x) $2000 Fellowships and $1500 Travel Grants
Innovation Competition: (5x) $1000 awards
IAC Competition: (3x) $1,500 Travel Grants
Renewable Bioproducts Institute Competition: $10,000 in total awads (individual award amounts TBD)