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Cabrini's student poster presentations at the Symposium

16th Annual

Arts, Research & Scholarship Symposium

Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 9:30am – 9:00pm


View previous year's journals



Symposium logos are here for students' use for Poster and Oral Presentations

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     The Annual Arts, Research, and Scholarship Symposium provides the opportunity to showcase student work, both undergraduate and graduate in a campus-wide forum.

  • Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to submit proposals.
  • Student work can be from any term of this Academic Year. The timeline for submission is available here
  • The online proposal link is available here. The proposal will be reviewed and approved by the faculty sponsor (usually the course professor) before acceptance. 
  • Students’ work can be showcased as a poster or as an oral presentation. Poster guidelines can be found here
  • Presentations can include a signature assignment, group work, or a capstone project (completed or in-progress). Presentation guidelines can be found here.
  • Faculty-sponsored student research may also be eligible for inclusion in Cabrini's undergraduate or graduate research journals. Previous symposium presentations are available in research journals
  • Guidelines for the use of human subjects in research can be found here.

Timeline for Spring 2022 

Early Spring 2022

Student submits the IRB application, if using human subjects in their work.  http://www.cabrini.edu/IRB 

March 28th  


Student submits Symposium online proposal for review and approval - 2022 Symposium online proposal Link (Abstract must be no more than 250 words) 

Spring II student submission deadline: April 4th

April 4th


Faculty sponsor reviews and submits final approval for inclusion in the Symposium Program using electronic form provided by organizing committee. 

Faculty reviews for spring II course submissions – April 11th

May 3th




16h Annual Arts, Research, and Scholarship Symposium
      - Undergraduate poster session: 9:30am–11:30am
      - Undergraduate oral presentations: 1– 3pm
      - Graduate poster and oral presentations: 5–9pm

A Day of Alternate Educational Programming
Educational programming in the morning, afternoon, and evening takes the place of regularly scheduled classes. All students and faculty are encouraged to attend. 

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Research Journal Submissions

All papers/research manuscripts or artwork must be received, reviewed, and forwarded to Dr. Sherry Fuller-Espie (undergraduate, editor-in-chief) via email at SF723@cabrini.edu or Dr. Carolyn Berenato (graduate, editor-in-chief) via email at CLB323@cabrini.edu  no later than Friday, May 13, 2022 for the peer-review process.


Previous symposium presentations are available in research journals, and assistance is available in preparing presentations.

Research involving active human subjects requires review by the Institutional Review Board (IRB).


On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, Cabrini celebrated our second remote Arts and Research Symposium. Please click on the following links to view the: 2021 Undrgraduate and Graduate Symposium Program and the 2021 Research Journal - PDF


On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, Cabrini celebrated our first ever remote Arts and Research Symposium. Please click on the following links to view the: 2020 Undergraduate and Graduate Compendium,  April 28,2020 Graduate Symposium Program, and the 2020 Research Journal - PDF 


 On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, Cabrini celebrated its students’ scholarly and creative accomplishments. Please click on the following links to view the 2019 Symposium Program, the 2019 Symposium Abstract Book, and the 2019 Photo Highlights.


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