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Welcome to the Roosevelt Student Research Symposium 2020!

Welcome to the Roosevelt Student Research Symposium 2020! This year, we have created an online celebration of Roosevelt students’ research and creative inquiry activities! The symposium will be online from April 24th- May 4th, 2020. We welcome you to browse through students work and engage with them through the comments sections of their poster slides…

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RSRS 2020 Program of Presenters

Below please find a searchable list of all RSRS 2020 presenters. Be sure to view visit the posts where all oral presentations and posters are available for viewing and commenting. Search tabs by presenter: OR view/download a chart with links to presentations:

RSRS 2020 Guest Speaker

Terri Brax is the RSRS 2020 guest speaker! She is an entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of Women Tech Founders, and a Roosevelt University alum. Her organization is dedicated to advancing women in technology by inspiring and connecting them to one another. Below is an interview she did with Bootstrapping in America.

Oral Presentations & Performance Studies Presentations- RSRS 2020

Below are the presentations of all student presenters who submitted oral presentations for the 2020 Roosevelt Student Research Symposium. Please feel free to click on each video so that you may be directed to the YouTube link to submit any questions or comments. Why Trauma-Informed Teaching? Tiffany Melvin Culture, Fat Talk, and the Body Gina…

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Poster Presentations – Roosevelt Student Research Symposium 2020

Below are the poster presentations of all student presenters who submitted posters for the 2020 Roosevelt Student Research Symposium. Please feel free to click on the expand icon on the bottom panel of each slide to view a larger version and click on the link below the slide to to submit any questions or comments…

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Searching for Public Datasets

When deciding to conduct research, you may find yourself choosing to explore data that has already been collected and is publicly available.  Below is a how-to guide on how to search and access public datasets using a topic example.  Although this guide uses HealthData.gov to demonstrate the process of searching for datasets, be advised that…

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Searching for Scientific Literature

One of the main aspects of conducting research is searching and reading previous studies that have been conducted on the topic in order to write your introduction or literature review.   Below is a how-to guide on how to search and access scientific literature using general and specific topic examples. Although this guide uses PubMed as…

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A Guide to Getting Started with Online Databases

There are various databases that exist that contain the literature or data that you are looking to work with for your research projects. However, it can be confusing and overwhelming not knowing where to look or which databases to start with.  Below is a starter guide that can give you an idea of some of…

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Databases for Online Research

Although students are working from home, there are many ways that students can develop original research projects, using online databases and datasets.  The Office of Student Research is creating a database, searchable so  that students can use to locate data. You can select “filter” to find databases that match certain criteria. For example, if you…

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Participating in the 2020 Roosevelt Student Research Symposium!

Students: We are accepting submissions for the 2020 Roosevelt Student Research Symposium. This year, we will be showcasing student work online! To participate, submit a form and your presentation by April 22, 2020. You can find information and submission forms on the the Roosevelt Student Research Symposium drop-down menu on the blog. We will also…

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