Northeastern Illinois University's Student Research & Creative Activities Symposium





Download the 2014 Registration Form (Word File)

Download the 2014 Abstract Format Form (Word File)


NEIU Library Award for Excellence in Research 2014
Application Instructions (PDF)


2013 Symposium Program
Symposium Program (PDF)

 

Sample Abstracts

Creative Activities

"Do Everything"

"The Valise Atlas: A Collection of Artist Books"

Research

"Elmira vs. Andersonville: A Critical Analysis of Two Civil War Prisons"

"Variations of "Crime"

"Factors Influencing Racial Socialization of African American Parents"

"Mood Regulation: Absorbing Anxiety by Using Task Effort"

"Electrokinetically Enhanced Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) Removal

"Uptake of Apocytochrome C Into Yeast Mitochondria: Preparation of Mitochondria with Intact Outer Membranes"



 

 

On Friday, April 11, 2014
Northeastern Illinois University will hold its
22nd Annual Student Research
and Creative Activities Symposium

 22nd Annual Symposium online abstract submission starts February 1, 2014

Founded in 1993, this event has grown from 25 to 180 student presentations and has become the crown jewel of scholastic events at NEIU. Students who have participated in the past agree that this is an outstanding program and a wonderful opportunity for students engaged in research and other creative activities to interact with each other and present their work before an audience of peers and faculty. In addition, graduate schools will be impressed. Participation in the Symposium can be listed on a student’s resume/vita. And it’s fun!

The NEIU 22nd Annual Student Research & Creative Activities Symposium will be held on Friday, April 11, 2014. The deadline for the submission of abstracts is Tuesday, March 3, 2014. The Abstracts and Symposium Registration Form should be emailed to S-Albazi@neiu.edu with subject line "NEIU Student Symposium".

Students who are interested in participating in the Symposium will need to select a faculty sponsor to work with while preparing the abstract and presentation. Because the Symposium Committee looks for specific features in abstracts, it will be beneficial for students to review the abstracts posted on this web site. If you have any questions, please contact any of the members of the steering committee.  

 

Research Symposium Steering Committee

John Albazi
College of Arts and Sciences, SCI- 214G, x5681
S-Albazi@neiu.edu

Sylvia Atsalis
Student Center for Science Engagement, BBH-235, x5438
s-atsalis@neiu.edu

Alireza Dorestani
College of Business and Management, CBM-165, x6139
a-dorestani@neiu.edu

Pamela Geddes
College of Arts and Sciences, BBH-340H, x5737
p-geddes@neiu.edu

Robert Heitzinger
Creative Activities, FA-120, x5929
r-heitzinger@neiu.edu

Kristen Over
Honors Program, B-144, x6045
k-over@neiu.edu

Nancy Wrinkle
College of Graduate Studies and Research, LWH-0043, x6007
n-wrinkle@neiu.edu

Kimberly Sanborn
Nontraditional Degree Programs, B-143, x6038
k-sanborn@neiu.edu

Mary Thill
Ronald Williams Library, LIB-212, x4405
m-thill@neiu.edu

Angela Vidal-Rodriguez
McNair Scholars Program, x4253
S-Albazi@neiu.edu

Mickie Wong-Lo
College of Education, LWH-3035, x5595
m-wong-lo@neiu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We hope to see YOU at this year’s Symposium

 

 








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