Welcome to the NSU Research Day Homepage
The 29th annual Research Day will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2016.
Undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and staff will present their scholarly research and creative works in one of three formats: a poster presentation, an open oral presentation, or, for faculty only, a refereed oral presentation. For the first time, we will be able to accommodate virtual participation by our distance learning students: poster presenters will be able to answer questions via WebEx and oral presentations can be streamed and projected for our audience.
Here's the preliminary program:
To attend via WebEx, please use the following links at the times listed in the program:
Room 115: https://nsula.webex.com/meet/events1
Room 221: https://nsula.webex.com/meet/events3
Room 227: https://nsula.webex.com/meet/events4
Each year Northwestern State University recognizes student and faculty research achievements with four awards announced at Research Day. This year's recipients will be recognized following the keynote address in the 12:30-1:20 session in the Student Union Ballroom.
Phi Kappa Phi Student Research Awards: Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply. Up to two $500 awards are given to the best oral contributions, regardless of academic classification. Application. Instructions.
Dr. Marietta Lebreton Louisiana Studies Award: This award recognizes faculty members whose research careers have been dedicated to Louisiana topics. Nominees may have conducted research in any discipline. Application.
Dr. Mildred Hart Bailey Research Award: This award is given for outstanding research or distinguished artistic performance and/or creative work substantially completed during the past three years. Northwestern faculty and adjunct faculty carrying a twelve semester-hour course load are eligible for nomination. Application.
Dr. Jean D'Amato Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award: This award is designed to honor senior faculty members whose careers have included a significant commitment to research and service to their disciplines. Nominees must have made significant contributions to their fields of study; remained dedicated to a consistent research agenda spanning their careers, including publications, presentations, research grants, or other related activities; and demonstrated a sustained record of service to the discipline. Application.
Dr. Betsy Cochran is the faculty coordinator for NSU's Research Day. If you have any questions, problems or requests concerning Research Day please contact Dr. Cochran via email or by phone at 318.357.4575.