Past Events

2019

April 11, 6-8 p.m. 
Location: College of Health Science, Bldg. A and L
For the third consecutive year, the CBU Student Research Colloquium accommodated a packed house! This year’s event included 24 poster presentations of undergraduate and graduate student research from the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (CBSS) and the College of Health Science (CHS), as well as seven oral presentations with the top abstract scores: Rebecca Coates (CBSS), Thomas Cunningham (CHS), Zachary Dembroski (CBSS), Kayla Eddings (CBSS), Kayla Feher (CBSS), Kimberly Gledhill (CBSS), and Andrew Greenfield (CHS). A full list of presenters can be found here. Research from a variety of disciplines was presented including: Athletic Training, Forensic Psychology, Kinesiology, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Public Health, Social Work, and Sport and Performance Psychology. This event, as in years past, was supported by the College of Health Science, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Nursing, and the Center for the Study of Human Behavior. Food for the event was kindly provided by Nutrition and Food Sciences.

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2018

April 12, 6-8 p.m.
Location: College of Health Science, Bldg. A and L
The second annual CBU Student Research Colloquium exceeded the high expectations set by the first event. A lively poster session showcasing 69 student research projects went on throughout the event, while oral presentations ran concurrently. The top 6 abstract submitters, Stefany Schmidgall (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences), Alanna Gonzalez (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences), Wendeth Rauf (School of Education), Kevin Innis (College of Health Science), Katelynn Buckner (College of Health Science) and Andrew Yang (College of Health Science) gave oral presentations of their research to a packed room. Check out the full list of presenters here. This event was supported by the College of Health Sciences, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Center for the Study of Human Behavior, College of Nursing and School of Education.

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2017

April 13, 6-8 p.m.
Location: College of Health Science, Bldg. A
As the inaugural year, it was hard to know what to expect in terms of submissions and turnout.  However, the turnout was great! There were a total of 25 student presenters and approximately 120 attendees. All students gave poster presentations except for the students that obtained the highest scores on their abstract submission, Maria Perez (College of Health Science) and Rosa Hunt (formerly School of Behavioral Sciences), both gave oral presentations. Check out the full list of student presentations here. Dr. Jeff Gage from the College of Nursing concluded the event with a thoughtful and inspiring presentation on becoming a researcher. This event was supported by the College of Health Science, the Center for the Study of Human Behavior, and the formerly School of Behavioral Sciences.  

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