Student Research Conference

Marymount University



Undergrad Poster Heera Dhaliwal Biology
Undergrad Oral Brenna Robinson Psychology
Grad Poster Miguel Roa Doctorate of Science
Grad Oral Aliscia Carvalho Forensic & Legal Psychology


Student Research Conference (SRC) 2023 

Wednesday, April 26
Ballston Center, Arlington, VA

The Student Research Conference (SRC) is an annual celebration of Marymount’s student scholarship and creative works. All students, both undergraduate and graduate, who have completed a significant scholarly or creative project are encouraged to apply. A wide range of student scholarly projects are eligible: theses, dissertations, capstone projects, directed research, action research, case reports, literary analysis that reveals new connections and insights, creative works in art and design, major classroom scholarly projects, and fellowship research.

Nearly 100 Marymount students, both undergraduate and graduate students, will present their scholarly work at this year’s SRC. Please plan to attend.

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Student Research Conference

The general format of the day:

Registration Opens: Second floor of Ballston Center outside the conference center 12:00 PM on
Undergraduate Poster Presentations: Second floor Ballston 12:45 PM – 2:00 PM
Undergraduate Platform (Oral) Presentations: Third Floor, Ballston classrooms 2:00 -4:30 PM
Interdisciplinary Panels (undergraduate and graduate): Third Floor Ballston Classrooms  5:00 – 5:50 PM
Graduate poster Presentations: Second Floor Ballston Hallway 6:00-7:00 PM 
Graduate Platform (Oral) Presentations: Third Floor, Ballston Classrooms 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Types of Presentations

Oral Presentations These are 15-minute presentations (10-12 minutes for presentation and 3-5 for questions from the audience).

Poster Presentations: Projects, summarized on a 48″ x 42″ poster and displayed in a long hallway. During a dedicated poster session, authors stand at their posters and the ‘audience’ walks among the posters, talking with the authors one-on-one. The posters will remain up for viewing the entire day of the conference.

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