Do you have students who are looking for the opportunity to present unique research or improve on their presentation skills? We ask that faculty and staff please inform students of the third annual FSCJ Student Research Conference on Friday, April 14, 2017. The conference will highlight the diversity of student work from all disciplines across the College as many of our students showcase posters, papers and presentations.
The FSCJ Student Research Conference is open to current FSCJ students and serves as a chance to work with a faculty mentor from the appropriate discipline to enhance their research and presentation skills as well as their resumes.
Suggested panel topics include:
- Religious Communities in Literature, Film, and Popular Media
- Romanticism and the Monster
- Politics and the Evil Other
- Class, Race, Media
- Gender and Sexuality in Film and Media
- Human Rights, Civic Engagement, & Public Policy
- Net Neutrality
- Julian Assange & Wiki-Leaks: Is the Evil Hacker Now a Hero?
- Xenophobia in America
- Resettled Refugee Communities in America
- Evidence-Based Practices in Healthcare
We encourage you to let students know that the panel topics are recommendations to give them a target for their writing, but submissions that fit into other topics will also be accepted. Students are able to send their submissions at the link provided here. Please remind students that the submission deadline is January 17, 2017.
For more information about the event, contact John A. Woodward at (904) 997-2703.