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Student Scholarship Week 2022 – Friday Events

Student Scholarship Week 2022

Friday, April 22, 2022

Honors School Research Conference
8:15 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Library 101

Honors students will be presenting their honors research and creative capstone projects. Students’ research and projects span the gamut of academic disciplines and interests.

Open Classroom: Mapping Monmouth’s Linguistic Profile
10:15 a.m.
Virtual on Zoom
Meeting ID: 916 7327 1026
Passcode: 395339

Students worked together to investigate various aspects of the linguistic patterns, covering such patterns as accent, dialect, varieties/registers, lexicon/slang, power dynamics, discipline-specific challenges, and demographics. Students worked in teams to investigate these linguistic areas. They offer a comprehensive presentation on their findings, both qualitative and quantitative.

Seminar in Criminal Justice Student Research Poster Presentations
11 a.m.
Pozycki Upper Lobby

Seminar in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security is the capstone course in the Department of Criminal Justice and requires each student to conduct their own empirical research project on a topic of their choosing. Students will be presenting their original research during a poster presentation that highlights their work to identify an important research question, argue for its relevance in the field, and analyze data in order to test their hypotheses.

Department of History and Anthropology Senior Seminar
1:15 – 5:15 p.m.
Anacon A and Online

Twenty-one (21) student participants will present papers on various subjects in this culminating session. The event will be simulcast via Zoom for friends and family who cannot attend in person.

School of Science Student Research Conference
12 – 6 p.m.
Edison North and South Lobbies

The School of Science Student Research Conference highlights the results of applied research, independent study, and thesis projects conducted by students in the departments of biology; chemistry and physics; computer science and software engineering; and mathematics. The conference, now a part of the university-wide annual Student Scholarship Week, gives students the opportunity to present their work via poster presentations to peers, faculty, friends, and family.