Oral presentations will take place in Morrison Hall and are limited to 15 minutes with five minutes for questions from the audience. A poster session will be held in the ballroom of Sylvan Friedman Student Union in which presenters will answer questions about their research.
Several research awards will be presented. Student research awards will be presented to one graduate and one undergraduate student. The Dr. Mildred Hart Bailey Faculty Research Award, which acknowledges outstanding research, distinguished artistic performance or creative work by a faculty member will be presented, along with the Jean D’Amato Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors a senior faculty member whose career has included significant commitment to research and service in their discipline. This year’s event will include a new award, the Dr. Marietta LeBreton Award, which honors faculty whose research careers have been dedicated to research with a significant connection to Louisiana.
For more information, visit researchday.nsula.edu.