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Scholarship Week 2024 – Wednesday Events

Multidisciplinary Poster Expo – All Schools, Departments and Programs

Posters and Pizza at 12 noon!

All Day | Anacon Hall | Virtual Poster Expo

Members of the 2024 Student Scholarship Committee representing each of Monmouth University’s Schools selected approximately 10 posters per school to represent the diversity, range and quality of research and scholarship done by our students. These posters will remain on display throughout the week.

School of Education – Spring 2023 Virtual Scholarship Exhibition

All Day | Visit the Exhibition

Highlighting student research, providing an opportunity for students across the university to think about research and how it improves our respective fields, and to recognize and appreciate the work of student peers. Viewers will have an opportunity to vote for the best presentation in several categories.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Art & Design – The Future is Collaborative

All Day | 600 Courtyard

The Department of Art & Design, ArtNow, and The Center for Entrepreneurship funded and supervised a mural project. MU student artists (individuals and teams) submitted proposals for murals on the theme “The Future is Collaborative” which were evaluated by a faculty review committee. Five murals were selected and completed.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Department of Criminal Justice – Senior Seminar Poster Presentations

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Anacon Hall

Students from the Department of Criminal Justice taking Senior Seminar will present their original research projects during a poster presentation event. Each student has developed a research methodology to test hypotheses related to research questions of their interest and will present the results of their analyses.

Writing Services – Writing Center Pedagogy, Practices and Policies

11:40 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. | Edison 240A

A student roundtable discussion of best practices, policies, and pedagogies that are used by the Writing Center to foster meaningful contributions to the Monmouth University intellectual community.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Communication – Progress, Promise, or Prejudice? Exploring Gender and Race Representation in Popular Culture

11:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. | TBA

In this panel discussion, students in CO383: Gender, Race, and Media will draw on contemporary media texts such as commercials, print ads, and tv shows to explore the ways in which content creators and decision makers have, and have not, met the challenge of creating new narratives, and new ways of seeing, that move us beyond media representations that perpetuate a long history of gender and racial stereotypes in popular culture texts.

First to Fly: First Generation Students at Monmouth and CommWorks: Students Committed to Performance

2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. | Pozycki Hall Auditorium (PZ 115)

Sorry, this event has been canceled.

School of Nursing and Health Studies – Meet a Research Mentor

4:00 p.m. | Pollak Lobby

Learn about research projects in the SNHS, explore opportunities for faculty-student research collaborations and mentorship, and gain research experience to differentiate yourself as a graduate applicant and/or on the professional market.

Leon Hess Business School – HawkTank 2024

4:00 p.m. | Bey Hall

Join us for HawkTank 2024, Monmouth’s business pitch competition hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship. 6 student entrepreneur teams compete for first prize and debut their business ideas to the Monmouth community. Join us to watch this budding group of entrepreneurs, innovators and change makers take steps toward unlocking their entrepreneurial potential.

School of Nursing and Health Studies – Grand Rounds

5:00 p.m. | Pollak Theatre

Dr. Tim Marshall, a renowned expert in Movement Science, will discuss data science use in today’s world.

Leon Hess Business School – 7th Annual Hess Excellence in Scholarship Series

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. | Bey Hall 231

Showcase of best Scholarship by Leon Hess Business School students followed by Awards Presentation