4th Student Research Day

From:  https://www.york.cuny.edu/academics/undergraduate-research

The Office of Undergraduate Research at CUNY-York College is now accepting registrants for the 4th Annual Student Research Day.


Apr 18, 2013
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM


Atrium of the Academic Core building

Contact Name

Contact Phone

(718) 262-2813

Registration is open to all York College students, whether part-time or full-time, who have engaged in research or creative works under the supervision of a faculty member.  Students may register in one of three categories: poster presentation or panel presentation.  [If a student intends to conduct a performance they should e-mail uresearch@york.cuny.edu.]

Please note that all students who have co-authored papers are required to register individually.  Advisors should receive a confirmation email indicating that their students have registered.  Students should seek the approval of their advisors before registering.  Registration will close March 1st, 2013.

Student Research Day is the largest annual exhibition of student research and creative efforts at York College.  The day is organized into three sessions: poster and panel sessions – which run concurrently – and the lunch session during which a keynote speaker gives an invited talk.

Past keynote speakers have included:

  • Dr. Ken Furton, Dean of Arts & Sciences at Florida International University;
  • Staceyann Chin, performance artist and author of “The Other Side of Paradise”;
  • Hari Kunzru, novelist and winner of the Somerset Maugham Prize.

This year’s keynote speaker will be announced in January 2013.  Also, Provost and Senior VP of Academic Affairs Ivelaw L. Griffith will be announcing several awards to be given at the 4th Student Research Day.

Thank you in advance for helping to make this Student Research Day even more engaging and remarkable than it has been for the past three years.

For more information or any questions, please contact Dr. Rishi Nath, Director, Office of Undergraduate Research, at rnath@york.cuny.edu or (718) 262-2813.

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