Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium 

Graduate Research &
Creative Works Symposium

This Tuesday, April 16th, continues an annual tradition as the Graduate School-Camden hosts the Graduate Research & Creative Works Symposium in tandem with campus-wide Research Week initiatives, showcasing the best and brightest of our graduate students. This symposium has taken various forms in past years and will return as a day-long event in 2024.


Showcase Your Research & Creative Work

The Graduate School is now accepting submissions for the 2024 Graduate Research & Creative Works Symposium.

We invite Master’s and Doctoral students to submit their research for the Paper Competition and Poster Exhibition segments of the symposium. This event presents a unique platform for students across all academic disciplines to showcase their creative works, innovative projects, and significant research findings. Don’t miss this chance to highlight your scholarly contributions and connect with peers in our dynamic, interdisciplinary environment.

Submission Timeline

  • March 18th: Abstract (idea) submission deadline. Please submit your abstract using this form.
  • March 26th: The Graduate School will notify applicants of accepted projects.
  • April 9th: Final poster or paper presentation submissions are due. Please submit your final work via Dropbox or this form.

Symposium Agenda – April 16

  • 12 pm – 3 pm: Project Presentations Participants will have the opportunity to present their projects during a 10-minute presentation in front of an audience. These presentations will be organized into one-hour sessions, categorized by discipline.
    • 12:20 PM: Sakae Kikuchi – MFA
    • 12:30 PM: Elizabeth Nelson – Childhood Studies
    • 12:50 PM Sterling-Elizabeth – MFA
    • 1:00 PM: Shaghayegh Poursabbagh – Psychology
    • 1:20 PM: Michael Ditalia – Public Affairs
    • 1:30 PM: Daniel Assamah – Public Affairs
    • 1:40 PM: Shriya Subedy – CCIB
    • 2:00 PM: Siddharth Bhadra-Lobo – CCIB
    • 2:10 PM: Christopher Denaro – CCIB
    • 2:20 PM: Nasira Tajamal – Biology
    • 2:30 PM: Joseph Abbas – Prevention Science
    • 2:40 PM: Nicholas Markellos – English
    • 2:50 PM: Christine Eskander – Childhood Studies
  • 3 pm – 3:30 pm: Paper Competition Winner Keynote Speeches Winners of the paper competition will deliver a 10-minute keynote speech about their winning paper.
  • 4 pm – 6 pm: Poster Exhibition Presenters will showcase their research on posters and engage with students and faculty at the event.