CSUN Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium
Friday, February 14, 2014
The 18th Annual CSUN Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was on Friday, February 14th. The purpose of the symposium is to highlight student achievement and to inform the campus community of the excellent quality and diversity of research and creative activity being conducted by undergraduate and graduate students across all academic disciplines. The symposium format permits a 10 minute oral presentation or a poster presentation. There are separate undergraduate and graduate divisions for each of the following categories: Behavioral and Social Sciences; Biological and Agricultural Sciences; Business and Economics; Creative Arts and Design; Education; Engineering and Computer Science; Health, Nutrition, and Clinical Sciences; Humanities and Letters; and Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Students make either an oral or poster presentation. Based on the recommendation of the judges, cash awards are presented to the outstanding oral presenter and runner-up in each category for both the graduate and undergraduate divisions. For the poster session, a cash award is given to the outstanding undergraduate and graduate student. Ten of the student winners will go on to represent CSUN at the 28th Annual California State University Student Research Competition at CSU East Bay on May 2 and 3, 2014.
The student winners can be found below:
New Graduate Student Orientation - Online
The New Graduate Student Orientation is for incoming graduate students. Information will be provided on policies and procedures, student support services, library services, student health, student discounts and special programs and events. The orientation is accessible through Moodle. Please email our office at if you have any problems viewing the orientation.
Advancement to Graduate Education (AGE)
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Tickets available on a first come, first serve basis at the AS Ticket Office. You must present your CSUN Student ID. Limit one ticket per student.
The AGE conference is an all day event where students gain valuable information on how to successfully apply to graduate school. The conference begins with our distinguished keynote speaker. Next, students attend workshops where they gain information about the graduate admissions process, financing their education, test preparation exams, and much more. Admission is free and seating is limited. The AGE Conference is open to current CSUN students only.