Students can submit an abstract of their work to present in either a paper presentation facilitated by faculty moderators or in a poster session. Both mediums must include original thought, research, and college-level writing and preparation.
Students must be currently enrolled at FSCJ and can present on any topic. Topics can include health sciences, literature, business, technology, etc.
Examples of student presentations:
Katrina Bueser, Women in the Scientific Field
Aaron Mestman, Describing the Constructed Nature of Femininity and Masculinity Using Plato's Symposium and The Song of Songs
Yanni Moraites, A Meta-Analysis on the Organic Synthesis and Pharmacology of Acetaminophen
James Justice, Standardized Testing in Education
Shelley Merritt-Dietz, Effects of Labeling Learning-Disabled Students
Ashley Torres, Psychopaths and Religion: The Amalgamation and Sanitation Through Cultural Media
December 13, 2019 – Draft (students will be assigned a mentor)
February 7, 2020 – Final deadline
Students will have 15 minutes to present their research papers with 5 minutes for
Q&A with the audience and faculty members. PowerPoint presentations can be included.
Conference attendees will walk by the posters, and your poster should quickly and efficiently communicate your research. Unlike an oral presentation, a poster session allows viewers to study your information and discuss it with you one-on-one. You should be prepared to give a short 5-10 minute presentation on your research.
Professional business attire is encouraged for presenters.