ECSU will celebrate undergraduate research April 4-8, 2022. The week-long event delves into a variety of disciplines including business, economics, education, fine arts, kinesiology, public health, STEM and human sciences. More than 50 students will present their projects this year.
“While students have the opportunity to present their research and practice their public speaking skills, other members of campus learn about and engage with a host of interesting topics,” said Dr. Margaret Young, Director of Undergraduate Research and Event Chair. “Undergraduate research enhances students’ oral, technical, analytical and writing skills, while preparing them for their future careers.
View the full program online which includes a theme and special sessions each day.
- Monday April 4: Education / Social Sciences
- Tuesday April 5: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
- Wednesday April 6: Business, economics, kinesiology and public health
- Thursday April 7: Fine Arts and Humanities
- Friday, April 8: University Day – Undergraduate Poster
Thank you to the members of the ECSU Research Week Committee!
Dr. Margaret Young, Chair – Director of Undergraduate Research
Dr. Latasha Wade, Co-Chair – Associate Vice-Chancellor Academic Affairs
Dr. A. Victor Adedeji – Natural Sciences
Dr. Jennifer Brown – Health and Human Studies
Ms. Shatoya Covert – Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering Technology
Dr. Tina Craddock – Social Sciences
Dr. Malcom Dcosta – Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering Technology
Ms. Annemarie Delgado – Sponsored Programs
Dr James Goar – English and Digital Media
Dr. Tim Goodale – Distinguished Scholar endowed with Basnight
Dr. Colby Hunter – Natural Sciences
Dr. Bijandra Kumar – Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering Technology
Dr. Andre Stevenson – Health and Human Studies
Dr. John Stiles – Music and Visual Arts
Mr. Elton Stone – Aviation and Emergency Management
Dr. Kungpo Tao – Business, Accounting and Sports Management
Dr. Jingbin Wang – Social Sciences