Student Research Symposium - Dept. of Sociology, Mar. 8
Sociology/Criminology & Justice Studies– Student Research Symposium, March 8, 2017, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Kellogg Library, Room 5400
Join us for a day-long symposium on sociology, criminology & justice studies research projects conducted by undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Sociology and Related Social Science disciplines.
Projects include research poster, paper presentations, storytelling and spoken word. Come and go throughout the day.
SUBMISSION INFORMATION:Abstract submissions due February 22, 2017.There are three options for presenting
- Panel sessions involve a panel of three to five students who present a paper on a research project for about 10-15 minutes each, followed by questions/comments from the audience. This is the form research presentations frequently take at formal research conferences.
- Poster sessions involve students who have creatively organized research projects into poster form for presentation. Students engage symposium attendees (your audience) checking out the posters by offering additional insights into the posters. This is a great way to do a first research presentation as it is more informal.
- Spoken Word/Storytelling sessions involve students sharing their creative works through performance of spoken word.
Who may participate?Currently or recently enrolled sociology, criminology and justice studies students at the undergraduate or graduate level. Other currently enrolled social science students welcome to participate.
College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral & Social Sciences (CHABSS)