Academic research is an exciting hallmark for Cabrini students.
The opportunities for students to work with experienced faculty on meaningful, rigorous research are rapidly expanding across all majors and disciplines.
- Students may receive credit for collaborative research with faculty and have been published in prominent peer-reviewed journals.
- Research projects typically require literature review, empirical analysis, and a written report, poster, or oral presentation of the completed research project.
- Research involving human subjects is reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Before registration, students must receive written permission from the instructor, the department chair and the dean for academic affairs.
- Undergraduate Research forms are available in the Registrar’s Office.
For several years, Cabrini has published a Research Journal, highlighting select research presented at the annual Academic Symposium.
- 2016 Research Journal - PDF
- 2015 Research Journal - PDF
- 2014 Research Journal - PDF
- 2013 Research Journal - PDF
- 2012 Research Journal - PDF
Students and faculty are encouraged to review the studies and use these examples as catalysts for the creation, study, and presentation of new research questions.
For more information, contact John Cordes, PhD, Assistant Professor of Communication (610.902.8344, firstname.lastname@example.org)