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SRS Reviewers

We need your help! 

Reviewers provide one of the most vital ingredients at the symposium: feedback for the students! This helps the students learn, grow, and prepare for their next big conference, research project, or job. 

 

Who can be a Reviewer?


Alumni, Faculty, Staff, Administrators, Graduate students or any interested STEM Professional are welcome! Because this is a non-competitive event, reviewer feedback is not used to judge or score, only for student professional development. If you're interested, please click on the button below to register, or email srs@nmt.edu for more information. We hope to see you on Thursday, April 7th in the Macey Center. You must be physically present to review.



What does a Reviewer Do?

Reviewers attend student presentations and complete an evaluation form. Comments are highly encouraged! To view the evaluation forms, click on the links below.
 
Reviewer Evaluation for Oral Presentation 

 

Yes, I want to be a Reviewer!

Fantastic! Please sign up by using the form below or by emailing srs@nmt.edu. We can't wait to see you in April!

If you need to pull out for any reason, please send an email to srs@nmt.edu and we will take care of it!

Reviewer Registration Form
 
 
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