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Scholarship Week 2023 – Tuesday Events

Multidisciplinary Poster Expo – All Schools, Departments and Programs

All Day | Anacon Hall | Virtual Poster Expo

Members of the 2023 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 | Click here to visit 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 – Climate Crisis Installation

All Day | Sculpture Garden & 600 Courtyard

AR-218, Sculpture II, created an installation as part of their collaboration with the Climate Teach In.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Art & Design – Senior Show

All Day | DiMattio & Ice House Galleries

Presenting a representative sample of each graduating senior’s best work, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, silk-screening, book arts, graphic design, motion graphics, and animation.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Communication – Critical Concepts in Media Representation of Gender and Race

2:50 p.m. – 4:10 p.m | Plangere 134

Students will collaboratively present multiple concepts discussed throughout the semester, such as whitewashing, sexual objectification, stereotypes, and white privilege. The session will discuss and present examples across media contexts of these concepts, their cultural impact, and ways to promote change.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Criminal Justice

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Anacon Hall

Seminar in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security is the capstone course in the Department of Criminal Justice. 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.

School of Nursing and Health Studies – Health & P.E. – Fitnessgram Presentations

4:30 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. | Boylan South

PE215 students invite participants to an active Fitnessgram testing session where they conduct, test and evaluate a Fitnessgram test.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Communication

4:30 p.m. – 7:20 p.m. | Plangere 235

Moth-styled live storytelling event from CO-381 “The Power of Story”. 15 live short stories, 5 “First to Fly” club member presentations, and a live “open mic” opportunity for the campus community to to share their own short, education-centered stories about first generation college experiences.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – English – The “Reel” Discussion: Implementing Social Media in Writing Courses

4:30 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. | Reichnitz Hall 115

In this graduate student presentation to an open classroom, students present to future secondary English educators the benefits of integrating social media into the modern English (and writing) classroom. Students discuss their ideas for the project, the research they have done for their project, and the ways they collaborated to write a proposal for an international conference (Computers and Writing 2023). The proposal was accepted, and students will discuss both their research and the process of proposing to this international conference that frequently focuses on contemporary digital pedagogies. 

School of Humanities and Social Sciences – English Intermodernism

6:05 p.m. -7:00 p.m. | Library 206

English literature graduate students will present their work-in-progress for their final research papers on British intermodernism, the writing that fell between the elite movements of modernism and postmodernism during the years of the Great Depression and global conflicts of two World Wars.

School of Nursing and Health Studies

6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m. | OceanFirst Bank Center Varsity Club 303

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