2022 IN LSAMP Annual Research Conference

Celebrating Curiosity:

LSAMP Scholars’ Journeys through Connection, Purpose, and Change

The Indiana LSAMP is excited to announce the 2022 Indiana LSAMP Annual Conference to be held in-person in Bloomington, Indiana on Friday September 30th and Saturday October 1st, 2022. Join higher education administrators, Indiana LSAMP leaders, staff, faculty mentors, & undergraduate student researchers across the state to build partnerships and interact in engaging sessions celebrating this year’s conference theme Celebrating Curiosity: LSAMP Scholars’ Journeys through Connection, Purpose, and Change. All Indiana LSAMP research scholars, faculty mentors, staff, administrators, and partners are welcome to attend.

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The conference is co-hosted by the Indiana University (IU) Bloomington LSAMP and the Indiana LSAMP Alliance.

Dr. Tyrone Hayes
Professor at UC Berkeley
Dr. Timothy Raines
Director of The Multicultural Engineering Program at the Indiana Institute of Technology
Dayna Arnett
Medical Technician at Quest Diagnostics

Date & Location

September 30th – October 1st, 2022

Indiana Memorial Union

Address: 900 E. 7th Street Bloomington, IN 47405

Hotel Room Block

IN LSAMP has reserved a block of rooms for conference attendees in the Biddle Hotel connected to the Indiana Memorial Union. The room rate is $125.10-$161.10 + tax per room, per night. A $6 per car, per day, Biddle Hotel guest parking fee will be added to the hotel account.

Room block code (valid until 9/6/22): LSAMP22

To make a reservation, contact the Biddle Hotel at:


Website: https://imu.indiana.edu/

Important Dates

June 1 – Concurrent & Student Poster Submission Forms Open
June 1 – Event Registration Opens
August 24 – Concurrent & Student Poster Submission Forms Close at 11:59pm EST
September 1 – Concurrent & Student Poster Presenters Notified of Acceptance
September 23 – Event Registration Closes
September 30 – Conference Day 1
October 1 – Conference Day 2

Student Poster Session

The competitive undergraduate student poster session form is now closed and the committee is not longer accepting submissions. Selected presenters will be notified no later than end of day September 1st.

Poster Resources

(1) Anatomy of a Poster – LSMRCE YouTube video

(2) Poster Design Resource – LSMRCE YoutTube video

(3) Presenting Your Research – LSMRCE YouTube video

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Conference Schedule

Friday – September 30th

1:00pm ETCheck-in Begins
2:00pm ETWelcome
2:15pm ETKeynote by Dr. Tyrone Hayes
3:30pm ETConcurrent Session I
4:30pm ETConcurrent Session II
5:30pm ETDinner
5:30pm-8:00pm ETResource & Recruitment Fair

Saturday – October 1st

7:00am ETBreakfast Buffet
8:00am-12:00pm ETResource & Recruitment Fair
8:00am-8:50am ETStudent Poster Session I
9:00am-9:50am ETStudent Poster Session II
10:00am ETConcurrent Session III
11:00am ETConcurrent Session IV
12:00pm ETLunch Buffet
12:30pm ETLunch & Learn with Keynote Dr. Timothy Raines
1:30pm ETClosing Remarks & Awards

A full event program will be provided at the conference.

Questions? Contact the Conference Planning Committee at inlsamp@iupui.edu

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