Stockton Graduate Student Research Symposium Open to Public, Prospective Students on April 26
For Immediate Release
Contact: Maryjane Briant
News and Media Relations Director
Galloway, N.J. 08205
Galloway, N.J. - Members of the public, prospective students and their families, and the Stockton community are invited to a unique educational and networking event, the 2017 Graduate Research Symposium to be held on Wednesday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the Campus Center Event Room on the Galloway campus.
A unique educational and networking event, the Graduate Research Symposium encourages interdisciplinary exchange, bringing together graduate students from the sciences and humanities. Prospective students, families, and members of the Stockton community are encouraged to attend.
"Designing and conducting research can be a challenging and rewarding part of this academic journey and tonight signifies the culmination of one’s empirical quest and capstone experience," said AmyBeth Glass, director of Graduate Enrollment Management.
There will be total of 78 research presentations, representing 10 graduate programs. A few examples of the research projects include: Investigating Trends and Patterns of Surface Water Temperature in Bottlenose Dolphins off Cape May, N.J.; E-Learning in the Retail Industry; Implicit Bias and the Courts: A Vicinage 1 Study; and Implementing a Problem Solving Strategy to Increase Self-Sufficiency in Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities.
Stockton University offers a total of 13 graduate degree programs. For more information, visit stockton.edu/grad.