Ramapo College Psychology Student Research Symposium 2018
The annual Psychology Student Research Symposium is an opportunity for students and faculty to showcase their collaborative scholarship and research efforts. Students can present work from an Independent Study, scholarship from any Psychology class, a literature review, research project proposal, or Fieldwork experience. Students have the choice of giving a poster or oral presentation. Past presentation topics include students’ attitudes towards law enforcement, hippocampal excitatory neurotransmission in rats, children’s ability to solve different problems, and much more.
The symposium will be held on April 24, 2019 from 2:00-4:00pm in the Trustees Pavilion. Refreshments will be provided.
The work is required to be a piece of scholarship, such as an independent study, a research project completed in any psychology class, a literature review or research project proposal, or fieldwork experience.
The work must contain critical analysis. The student must show some original thinking about the subject matter.
The scholarship must be completed by the date of submission, except in the case of a graduating senior working on an independent research project (in which case the student can present a proposal and/or preliminary findings if the project is not yet complete). Note: the poster or presentation itself does not have to be complete by the date of submission.
A faculty member must agree to supervise the student as she or he prepares for the presentation or poster.
The symposium organizing committee requires an abstract be submitted before the event so that the presentation may be approved in advance. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words.
Deadline for submissions 11:59 pm December 23, 2018.
If your presentation is accepted you are expected to be present during the scheduled presentation time. Exact time of your oral or poster presentation and details will be announced on April 10, 2019 and will also be forwarded via email.
If accepted, please arrange poster presentations on a tri-fold board available at office supply stores. There will be a time limit for oral presentations (approximately 10-15 minutes, details and exact limit will be emailed). Tables for posters and computer and projector for oral presentations will be available.
If you have any further questions please contact either: