Texas Geography Student Research Symposium(TxGSRS)
Welcome to the 13th Annual Texas Geography Student Research Symposium (TxGSRS) website. This year's symposium with be in conjunction with our colloquium series.
The Department of Geography at Texas State University will host the TxGSRS on March 8, 2019. The TxGSRS is a free student-led professional one-day conference designed to celebrate and encourage geography students, both graduate and undergraduate, to conduct high quality research. The event provides a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to share their research interests with peers and faculty and to cultivate broader and stronger community within the diverse discipline of Geography.
This year's keynote speaker is Dr. Paul Sutton from the University of Denver.
The event is comprised of:
- Paper and poster presentations
- A plenary session
- Undergraduate poster competition
- Geography bowl game
- Field trip
Lunch, coffee, and snacks are provided with registration. On-site registration will be available the day of the event in the Evans Liberal Arts Building, 3rd floor, room 384. For your convenience, we've provided a map of our campus (Evans colored in red) and the official program.
Please join us Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm for an educational tour of Natural Bridge Caverns, and a field guided overview of the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan (EAHCP) being implemented on the Comal Springs in New Braunfels and the San Marcos River in San Marcos. Departure time will be at 8:00 am by UCM Wesley Parking lot. Bring water, sunscreen, hat (optional), and please wear hiking apparel. We will stop for lunch at the Gristmill in Gruene, Texas, please bring cash/charge card for your meal.
We hope to see you there.