• csunposium save the date April 5, 2019


2018 Winner's List (.pdf)

CSUNposium Program (.pdf) 
CSUNposium At-A-Glance Program (.pdf)

The CSUNposium, also known as the “23rd Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium” is a student conference featuring oral and poster presentations. The purpose is to showcase excellence in scholarly research and creative activity conducted by CSUN students across all academic disciplines.

Presentations can be in any of the following categories:

  • Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • Biological and Agricultural Sciences
  • Business, Economics, and Public Administration
  • Creative Arts and Design
  • Education
  • Engineering and Computer Science
  • Health, Nutrition, and Clinical Sciences
  • Humanities and Letters
  • Physical and Mathematical Sciences



Who May Apply
CSUN undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled.

How to apply
A complete application includes an online submission and your Faculty Approval Signature page. Please make sure to submit your Faculty Approval Signature page to the Research and Graduate Studies Office UN-275 before February 1, 2019 at 5 PM. Only complete applications will be considered.

Special Note: You must have your faculty advisor sign the email attachment you receive, once you submit your application; this will serve as your Faculty Approval Signature page. 

Participation Selection
All submissions will go through a review process, overseen by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Ideally, all submissions will be invited to participate in the symposium. If the number of submissions exceeds maximum capacity, a selection process will take place. Primary authors will be notified in late February 2018 whether their abstract has been accepted for presentation. Based on preference and availability, accepted abstracts will be assigned to one of the following: 3-minute oral presentation, 10-minute oral presentation, or poster presentation.


Abstract Requirements
An abstract is a brief summary of your research/project/creative work. It is a well-developed, concise paragraph and reflects the main points of your research/project/creative work. Abstracts can not exceed 1000 characters (approximately 150 words) and should not include any charts, tables, or figures.

Presentation Options

A committee consisting of faculty members and/or CSUN alumni will judge the presentations. Based on the recommendations of the judges, cash awards will be presented to the outstanding oral and poster presenters. Award winners will be announced during the award ceremony at 3:30 PM in the USU Grand Salon.

If you are not able to attend the award ceremony, please contact Wendy S. Brown-Danks in the graduate studies office at (818) 677-2138.