One of the hallmarks of our rich educational environment is the opportunity to participate in research in your field of interest. Research Day participants perform, exhibit original art, create poster presentations to describe research, and give traditional presentations on a broad variety of topics.

The 2023 Nancy Kreiter Student Research Day was held on Friday, April 28 in Fourier Hall.

Subject Areas

  • Business
  • Education
  • Fine Arts
  • Humanities
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Natural Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Pharmacy
  • Social Sciences

Submitting a Proposal

Proposals for the next academic year's Nancy Kreiter Student Research Day are due in March. 

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Research Day 2023 Awards


Education - Christine Drumgoole & Elizabeth Rahimi
Nursing & Health - Averee Radonovich
Technology, Social & Physical Sciences - Theu Nguyen, Caitlin Murphy, Sophie Rotmark, Alyson Geckle, Zenate Le, Alexandria Malinowski, Tiffany Rodriguez, Aniyah Plumer & Janiell Johnson
Biological Sciences - Nisttha Ray & Grace Ekalle

Traditional Presentations

Postcolonial Literature & Theory - Chrystina Foster & Caitlin Cottrill
Special Topics - Erin Shaw & Jensen Armstrong

Grand Prizes

Posters Overall - Julie Asbury & Alycia Hancock
Traditional Presentations Overall - Rashaad Johnson

Research Day 2022 Awards


Social Sciences/Business – Zohra Ahmed & Nemah Saeed
Health/Nursing – Catherine Garcia
Pharmacy – Marjan Hosseinnia
Biology and Physical Sciences – Nana Fremah Nyarko

Traditional Presentations

Session 2 – Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences – Eden Lewis
Session 3 – Education – Meghan Davis

Grand Prizes

Posters Overall – Janelle Sangalang
Traditional Presentations Overall:
Graduate – Paul Orbe
Undergraduate – Jolisse Gray