Student Research and Creative Arts Symposium

April 4-6, 2016

The Eleventh Annual Student Research and Creative Arts Symposium showcases the scholarly and creative work of students from all disciplines and campus locations at Park University. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit course work or independent research or creative projects developed with a faculty member’ supervision, either single or collaboratively-authored that take the form of:

  • Posters presenting laboratory or other applied research findings
  • Research papers and oral presentations(oral presentations limited to 10 minutes)
  • Creative works
  • Visual art and graphic design installations
  • Musical presentations
  • Virtual Presentations (Slide or video presentations uploaded to Symposium website)

New this year: 

  • Keynote speaker Ricardo Mira, expert on environmental sustainability http://www.people-environment-udc.org/integrantes/ricardo-garcia-mira/
  • Family presentation panels – register to present with your related Park student – sibling, parent, child, cousin, aunt or uncle!

Announcements of additional new activities and events will arrive via email soon.

Student participants in the Symposium have the opportunity to share their work with a diverse audience of peers and professors; moreover, students will enhance their resumes through participation in a professional conference setting. 


- The Symposium is sponsored by the Park University Honors Academy and Academic Affairs

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