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The Jacksonville State University Student Symposium Showcasing Student Work

We are one week away from the opening of the JSU Student Symposium! Spread the word and invite your friends. Let's suppo...
02/05/2020

We are one week away from the opening of the JSU Student Symposium! Spread the word and invite your friends. Let's support student research and creative works!

In just over a week, JSU's student researchers will be presenting their work at the annual Student Symposium. Presentati...
02/03/2020

In just over a week, JSU's student researchers will be presenting their work at the annual Student Symposium. Presentations start Wednesday, February 12 at 10:00 AM in the library.

Plan to attend and support these hard working students!

02/19/2019

Student Projects Shine at Annual Symposium

So Good!
02/15/2019

So Good!

The Symposium awards ceremony is today at 1:00! See you there!
02/15/2019

The Symposium awards ceremony is today at 1:00! See you there!

Samurai VR
02/15/2019

Samurai VR

02/15/2019

How to slay a Ninja

From the tiny bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease to mighty symbolic Oaks, the Symposium has a little bit of every...
02/14/2019

From the tiny bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease to mighty symbolic Oaks, the Symposium has a little bit of everything.

02/14/2019

Miss a presentation? Check out the Symposium's YouTube channel!

This morning’s takeaways... Be careful when you swab a snake’s mouth. Don’t lick snails. Wash your vegetables. Shakespea...
02/14/2019

This morning’s takeaways... Be careful when you swab a snake’s mouth. Don’t lick snails. Wash your vegetables. Shakespeare wrote some gory stuff.

If you’re tired of the hassle of measuring wiggly, bitey snakes, here’s an idea. Put them in a ziplock bag and then use ...
02/14/2019

If you’re tired of the hassle of measuring wiggly, bitey snakes, here’s an idea. Put them in a ziplock bag and then use the copier!

It’s better in person, but there’s always YouTube.
02/14/2019

It’s better in person, but there’s always YouTube.

Data Science, Tornadoes, Crawfish...
02/13/2019

Data Science, Tornadoes, Crawfish...

02/13/2019

Portals!

Dr. Thornton’s students travel to different worlds.
02/13/2019

Dr. Thornton’s students travel to different worlds.

Birds in Boxes and Urban Heat Islands
02/13/2019

Birds in Boxes and Urban Heat Islands

The School of Arts and Humanities was in top form at the Symposium.
02/13/2019

The School of Arts and Humanities was in top form at the Symposium.

The Symposium kicked off with Kinesiology. We stretched first (dynamically, of course).
02/13/2019

The Symposium kicked off with Kinesiology. We stretched first (dynamically, of course).

01/22/2019

Abstract deadline is Friday January 25

The 2019 Symposium will be held February 13-15 and abstracts may be submitted starting today. http://www.jsu.edu/student...
11/01/2018
JSU | JSU Home Page | JSU Student Symposium

The 2019 Symposium will be held February 13-15 and abstracts may be submitted starting today.

http://www.jsu.edu/student-symposium.html

To quote symposium mentor and English professor, Dr. Teresa Reed, "Students present their research to an audience and it's evaluated. At the end of the symposium, winners in several different categories are announced and prizes are awarded."

February seems like a long way away, but it will be here before we know it! #savethedate #symposium2019
09/19/2018

February seems like a long way away, but it will be here before we know it! #savethedate #symposium2019

02/18/2018

And the winners are....

Best of Showcase
Joy Pinckard mentored by David Thornton

Best Cover Design
Kelsey Blangin mentored by Chad Anderson

Best Graduate Paper
Griffin McDaniel mentored by George Cline

Best Undergraduate Paper
Marelly Balentina mentored by Joy Maloney

Best Graduate Poster/Demo
Daniel Wicker mentored by Lori Tolley-Jordan

Best Undergraduate Poster/Demo
Dianna Thompson, Shelby Harris, and Samia Meera mentored by Roger Sauterer

Best of the Schools

SAH
Connor Holcome, Gen Ulanday, and Alex Worsham mentored by Allison McElroy

SHPW
Kyndal Sanford, Carl Hood, and Alexis Johnson mentored by Allison Pearce

SHSSS
Hannah Galloway and Brittany Cangialosi mentored by Heidi Dempsey

SOE
Becky Peters mentored by Teresa Gardner

SOS Undergraduate
Taylor Pack mentored by Jim Rayburn

SOS Graduate - (tie)
Katelyn Henderson mentored by George Cline and
Kristin Carlisle mentored by Jim Rayburn

Joy’s tribe was in the house to support her Chicken Box.
02/16/2018

Joy’s tribe was in the house to support her Chicken Box.

Try to say Black Warrior Water Dog five times fast! Katelyn used eDNA, a technique that collects free floating genetic m...
02/16/2018

Try to say Black Warrior Water Dog five times fast! Katelyn used eDNA, a technique that collects free floating genetic material to study water species. Griffin noted that scientific collaboration takes two people who are the same kind of weird.

Jennifer Foster’s Bible as Literature class is a perennial hit at the Symposium.
02/16/2018

Jennifer Foster’s Bible as Literature class is a perennial hit at the Symposium.

Do you know how Shakespeare influences Disney and Harry Potter? Do you know that most people misinterpret Frost’s most f...
02/16/2018

Do you know how Shakespeare influences Disney and Harry Potter? Do you know that most people misinterpret Frost’s most famous poem? Do you know how fossils of prehistoric rodent teeth are collected? You do if you were at the Symposium today.

02/15/2018

Have you attended the Student Symposium yet? Tomorrow is your last chance to hear our students present on an array of interesting topics. We hope to see you there!

Here is Friday's schedule:
9:00-10:10 Paper presentations
10:10-10:30 Demo presentation
1:00-1:55 Paper presentations
2:00-3:30 Paper presentations, demo presentation
4:00-4:20 Awards ceremony

Posters and Demos and Lessons, Oh my!
02/15/2018

Posters and Demos and Lessons, Oh my!

An analysis of a historical argument for the existence of God + the stresses of being a tiny grass shrimp + a chemical a...
02/15/2018

An analysis of a historical argument for the existence of God + the stresses of being a tiny grass shrimp + a chemical analysis of BP oil spill tar balls = Another great morning at the Symposium!

02/15/2018

Day 2 (Thursday) of the Student Symposium starts at 9:00AM. Here is today's jam-packed schedule:

9:00-11:00 Paper presentations
11:00-12:00 Poster presentations, demo presentation
12:45-3:25 Paper presentations
3:30-4:30 Poster presentations

Please join us on the 11th floor of the library to learn from and support these students!

Alex Worsham describes the teaching style of Allison McElroy Benefield as “guidance & liberty.” Love that! Also love the...
02/14/2018

Alex Worsham describes the teaching style of Allison McElroy Benefield as “guidance & liberty.” Love that! Also love the art created with Alternative Processes using mud and tar.

Things learned this morning...Alabama’s biodiversity makes it the Go-To spot for the study of snails.....Universal desig...
02/14/2018

Things learned this morning...Alabama’s biodiversity makes it the Go-To spot for the study of snails.....Universal design doesn’t have to be expensive. Jordan Shirley built learning app switches out of Dollar Tree items...Those aquarium snails that people throw away thrive in our waterways and lay over 2000 eggs per week....

It's almost time for the Student Symposium and we can't wait!Here is Wednesday's schedule:10:00-10:45 Poster presentatio...
02/12/2018

It's almost time for the Student Symposium and we can't wait!

Here is Wednesday's schedule:

10:00-10:45 Poster presentations
11:00-12:00 Paper presentations, demo presentation
12:00-1:00 Lunch break
1:00 - 1:55 Paper presentations

The event is held on the 11th floor of the library. See you there!

JSU's Graphic Design students (and their faculty mentor Chad Anderson) are the best.
02/05/2018

JSU's Graphic Design students (and their faculty mentor Chad Anderson) are the best.

This is my favorite JSU event of the year.
01/27/2018

This is my favorite JSU event of the year.

Less than one week remains to sign up for the JSU Student Symposium. Remember, please sign up by Thursday, February 1!

http://www.jsu.edu/student-symposium.html

01/05/2018

Ever wonder why people sometimes make impulsive choices? Come to the JSU Student Symposium and see Emmanuel Rock's poster describing his research on "effort discounting" (the preference for smaller, less effort rewards over larger, later rewards). Chat with Emmanuel and his mentor, Dr. Heidi Dempsey from the Department of Psychology.

Not only did Emily Weathers win a prize for her "late homework" costume at the Math Club Halloween Party, she is also th...
12/14/2017

Not only did Emily Weathers win a prize for her "late homework" costume at the Math Club Halloween Party, she is also the first to submit her abstract for the 2018 Symposium. Emily will discuss Five Fundamental Topics in Combinatorics. This talk will describe the basic theory of counting techniques in an interesting way that is appropriate for a general audience.

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