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8th Annual
Graduate School Interdisciplinary Research Symposium

Methodological Explorations
Saturday, April 18, 2015
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Quinlan Life Sciences Building & Palm Court – Mundelein Center
Lakeshore Campus


Symposium Schedule

8:30 AM Registration
9:00 - 11:00 AM Paper Session I
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Poster Session
12:15 – 1:30 PM Lunch & Graduate Student and Faculty Panel:“Publishing”
1:45 - 3:45 PM Paper Session II
4:00 - 4:30 PM Awards Ceremony

 

Graduate Student Presenters
Saulo Aguiar; Jacqueline Arroyo; Andie Asimes; Kyle Banks; Carolyn Bates; Nkongho Binda; Liam Brew; Jonathan Bryant; Amanda Burnside; Hunyong Cho; Lydia Craig; Jonathan Derouin; Amanda Egan; Roger Fassinou; Valerie Flores; David Ford; Shane Gormley; Mike Gutierrez; Jennifer Haick; Natalie Hallinger (Hall); Hannah Hamilton; Justin Hastings; Kasey Henricks; Kristin Hicks; Jang Ho Park; Bilal Hussain; Ramiah Jacks; Stephanie Jean Baptiste; Pamela Johnson; Nathan Jung; Alan Kuang; Devin Leigh; Brian Lin; Kim Loontjer; Tom Lynch; Aaron Martin; Sean Mc Carthy; Amanda McCormack; Kala Melchiori; Silas Morgan; Sean O'Brien; Paul O'Malley; Kathryn O'Toole; Azizullah Parsa; Lourdes Plaza-Rojas; Marjean Pobuda; Eliot Pope; Kushal Prajapati; Irina Rabkina; Christina Robakowski; Anne Roessler; Nocoletta Ruane; Shilpika, Shilpika; Heather Skeen; Suzanna So; Laura Stockdale; Samantha Swart; Daneyal Syed; Jeffery Tripp; Yao (Sophie) Wang; Melinda Wilding; Cameron Williams; Quintin Williams; Jennifer Woo; Beth Wright; Rui Wu; Fan Yang; Arie Zakaryan; Hilary Zanoni;

Symposium Theme
The Symposium theme is Methodological Explorations. Students have been invited to display their research based on the methodology of their project. Methodology is referred to broadly, and may represent research design, analytic strategy, data collection method, data type, and so forth.

Projects may be described as (but are not limited to) any of the following categories:
Archival
Case Study
Comparative
Computer Simulation/Modeling
Correlational
Cross-Sectional
Descriptive
Digital
Evaluation
Experimental
Exploratory
Field Experiment
Historical
Innovative
Interdisciplinary
Interview
Longitudinal
Measure Development
Meta-analysis
Mixed Methods
Natural Experiment
Observational
Quantitative
Qualitative
Quasi-experimental
Randomized Control Trial
Regression
Self-report
Survey
Systematic Review
Textual Analysis

Information
If you have any questions, please contact the Research Symposium Committee at GSAC@luc.edu.


The Graduate School Interdisciplinary Research Symposium is part of the University wide annual Weekend of Excellence activities. For more information about Weekend of Excellence, please visit LUC.EDU/excellenceweekend.

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