2018 Student Research Symposium

2018 Student Research Symposium

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Each Spring we celebrate our students’ scholarly achievements at the annual Student Research Symposium. The event typically draws more than 200 attendees from the students, faculty, and staff of St. Joseph’s College as well as friends and family from the local area. Throughout the day more than 50 students from all academic disciplines share their work with the St. Joseph’s College community.

Attendee Registration 

Call for Papers and Abstracts

Deadline to submit: Monday, April 16, 2018 at 5 p.m.

We are currently accepting submissions for the 2018 Student Research Symposium.  

Type of Submissions

Individual Oral Presentations

Each oral presentation is allotted 10 minutes, plus three minutes for questions.  Each room will be equipped with computers and projectors.  Oral presentations are best for projects that do not involve data collection (e.g., English papers, theoretical papers).

Poster Presentations

Each person will be allotted a 4′ wide by 3′ high wall space. Tacks will be provided. You will be expected to remain with your poster for the entire length of your session. Follow poster guidelines when preparing your poster.  We have provided a PowerPoint Template for your use.  Posters are best suited for empirical projects, that is, projects that involved the collection and analyses of data.

Paper Symposium

 

Paper symposiums are centered on a particular theme.  Symposiums should include 3 to 5 papers and a moderator.  An abstract of the theme of symposium should be submitted including purpose of symposium, title of symposium, titles of all papers and the name of moderator. In addition, each paper within the symposium should submit its own abstract.  Individual paper submission should include title of the paper and title of symposium in the Title Box.

Art Exhibition

 

Exhibitions may include paintings, drawings, sculptures, textiles, prints, photographs, or mixed media works.  The participant will be prepared to discuss the media, processes, and concepts pertinent to his/her work.  Each display will be allotted 6 feet.  Both tabletop and easel displays are acceptable.  You will be expected to remain with your exhibition for the entire length of your session. Tables and easels are provided.  If special accommodations are required, please contact Dawn Lee at [email protected]  Follow Art Exhibition guidelines when preparing your proposal.

View Abstract Guidelines

View Poster Guidelines

Submit An Abstract

 

Abstract Review Committee, Long Island Campus
William Bengston, Ph.D., Human Relations
Kirk Lawrence, Ph.D., Sociology
Dawn Lee, M.F.A., Fine Arts
Cheyne Miller, Ph.D., Mathematics and Computer Science
Judith Phagan, D.A., English
Konstantine Rountos , Ph.D., Biology
Vasil Skenderi, Ph.D., Mathematics and Computer Science
Lisa Tafuro, Ph.D., Communication Studies
Teresa Tannazzo, Ph.D., Psychology