Student Research Symposium
Saturday, April 30, 2022
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 University 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 University community. This year's symposium will be held in person.
Please register for our in-person symposium. It would be helpful for you to fill out that form (it should take less than a minute!) so that we can better serve our participants that day.
In addition to registering, please fill out this health questionnaire before you visit our in-person symposium.
If you missed a presentation or simply would like to take another look at what you saw in person, please visit our virtual platform over at Symposium. If you are not able to access the event, you may have to "pre-register" using the link above.
Call for Papers and Abstracts
Deadline to submit: Friday, April 8, 2022 at 5 p.m.
We are currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Student Research Symposium.
Type of Submissions
Short talks are live, oral presentations that are allotted up to 10 minutes, plus three minutes for questions and answers. Presenters will be assigned a room with other presenters (who hopefully have a related topic or theme) and a moderator/host. Presenters will have the ability to share their screen and present any visual guides. Short talks can be from any discipline, presenting any type of research.
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 panels are centered on a particular theme. Panels should include 3 to 5 papers and a moderator. An abstract of the theme of the panel should be submitted including: title of panel as well as the titles of all papers and the name of the moderator. In addition, each paper within the panel should submit its own abstract. Individual paper submission should include the title of the paper and the title of the panel in the Title Box.
The 2021 virtual exhibitions may include painting, drawing, sculpture, craft, print, graphic/digital design, photography, or mixed media work. The participant will prepare a pre-recorded presentation featuring their art/design work, and a discussion that will include, but not be limited to, the media, processes, and concepts involved. Individual projects are preferred, but group presentations will be considered if they are proposed under a cohesive topic or collaborative project. Participants must work with an art faculty mentor in preparing their abstract. For more information, please contact Dawn Lee at [email protected]. Follow Art Exhibition guidelines when preparing your proposal.
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
- William Phillips, Ph.D., Journalism and New Media
- Konstantine Rountos , Ph.D., Biology
- Andrea Stadler, Ph.D., Physical Sciences
- Lisa Tafuro, Ph.D., Communication Studies
- Teresa Tannazzo, Ph.D., Psychology