The Student Research Showcase aims to highlight the accomplished and talented scholarly work and research of SUNY Cobleskill students. All are welcome to come, meet student researchers, and learn about their work.
2:00-3:30pm Judging of submissions
4:00-5:00pm Reception for student researchers. Awards will be announced and President Terenzio will provide remarks.
April 13th 12:30-2:00pm Student Research Showcase will be open to the campus. Student researchers will be present to answer questions about their research projects.
Posters will remain up in Van Wagenen Library through Friday, April 21st. After that, student work will be collected and digitally stored in our Institutional Repository.
This an annual event showcasing the scholarly work of SUNY Cobleskill students. Please contact Beth Orgeron or Brendan Aucoin with questions or suggestions.
Student poster presenters will spend a one-hour-long session standing next to their poster (4:00 pm - 5:00 pm). They will speak about their research project to faculty and students and entertain questions from those who pass by. Van Wagenen Library will provide tables, display easels and materials needed to mount their posters (tape, push pins, etc.).
* Participant information adapted from the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference FAQs.
Consider publishing your Student Research Showcase submission in SUNY Cobleskill's Institutional Repository, which is curated by the Van Wagenen Library.
Publishing your work here will build your scholarly identity that people can find through Google, GoogleScholar or other search engines. You will receive a link to your published presentation that you can refer to in the years to come.
Presentations from students that participated in previous year’s Student Research Showcase can be seen in the student archives section of the institutional repository.
To submit your project to the institutional repository, please fill out this form.
It’s easy to publish your work. Instructions for submission are included on the form. Simply fill out the form and submit it along with the file you used to create your poster to Peter Barvoets in the Van Wagenen Library. If your abstract is included in your submission, you may leave the abstract field in the form blank. We will also have the form available the day of the presentation. Please bring your finished project with you on a usb drive and we will download it. You may also email your project file to Peter Barvoets. Please contact Mr. Barvoets if you have any questions about submitting your work.