Friday September 14, 2018
University Student Union Ballrooms at California State University Long Beach
Each fall semester, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM) provides an opportunity for its students to showcase their collaborative research with California State University Long Beach faculty. CNSM students who are engaged in research are encouraged to participate in the Student Research Symposium by getting an approved abstract from their faculty mentor and making a poster presentation. All students on campus are encouraged to come learn about the research conducted by their fellow students.
The entire CSULB campus community and friends of CSULB are invited to celebrate these students' accomplishment and examine their research.
|10:00am||Dean's Welcome||Beach Auditorium|
|10:10am||Keynote: "Origins of a Research Career: it’s never a strait path" - Dr. Michael Harris||Beach Auditorium|
|10:30am||How to Get Involved in Research||Beach Auditorium|
|11:00am||Poster Session 1||USU Ballrooms|
|12:05am||Poster Session 2||USU Ballrooms|
The Student Research Symposium is more than simply a forum to present your research – it is an excellent way for CNSM students to connect and network with other CNSM students and faculty, foster their professional development through their presentation, and enhance their resumes. It also gives students the opportunity to experience the other research that is being produced around campus by their peers.
Registration for presenters is now closed.
Students who are interested in joining a research group will learn about the types of opportunities available to conduct student research, be able connect with faculty who share similar research interests, and have the opportunity to ask their fellows students advice on how to get started. No RSVP is needed if you are not presenting.