13th Annual Student Research Symposium

Monday, April 18, 2016
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
University Student Center Ballroom

The purpose of the Research Symposium is to showcase the innovative research and creative work that USF St. Petersburg students have produced during the year under the tutelage and with the support of the university’s faculty.

Student participants may display research, exhibit artwork and graphic design, or perform original musical compositions.

The public is welcome to attend. View maps and directions.

Digital Archive

We invite students to submit their work to the symposium’s special collection in the digital archive.

Questions?

For further information and to share suggestions, please contact any of the following persons: Dr. James McHale, Dr. Thomas Smith, John Johnson. You may also call: (727) 873-4872.

Student presenting at the Student Research Symposium

2016 Student Applications

2016 SRS Proposal Form (PDF)
Poster Templates (PDF)

Deadline for submission of student proposals is Friday, April 8, 2016.

The USFSP Office of Research is pleased to provide complimentary printing of research posters. For printing information, please call Bob Wang at 873-4869 or wangx@mail.usf.edu.

Posters should be submitted by 4/8/16 to Bob Wang for free printing (wangx@mail.usf.edu). Please note that we cannot guarantee the printing of any posters after 4/8/16 and will not accept any submissions after 4/13/16.

NEW – Poster Training  Monday, April 11 – 12:30-1:00pm
Nelson Poynter Memorial Library – Room 218

Please submit Student Proposal Forms to Veronica Matthews at the USF St. Petersburg Snell House (SNL-100). Forms can either be emailed to vlmatthews@mail.usf.edu, or mail to: Veronica Matthews, USF St. Petersburg, 140 7th Avenue S., SNL-100 , St. Petersburg, FL 33701.

Note: We ask that EACH STUDENT participant submit a SEPARATE Student Proposal Form – even if he/she is planning to present together with another student as members of a research pair or team.

The USFSP Department of Psychology, the Office of Research, and the USFSP Honors Program are the co-sponsors of the Symposium.