showcasing the scholarly work of our students

At Celebration, undergraduate and graduate students present their research, artistic or creative projects through posters and oral presentations, or through interactive demonstrations, performances, or exhibits. Celebration provides important recognition and acknowledgement of the excellent work and accomplishments of our students.

SAVE THE DATE!

Come to campus for the 2019 Celebration

TUESDAY, APRIL 9

Poster Session 12:30 to 2:45 p.m.

get involved

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SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT

Abstract Deadline: Feb. 15, 2019

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Outstanding Student Poster and
Oral Presentation Prizes

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Steely Library
Research Award

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FOR FACULTY

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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2018 Steely Research Award Winners

Emily Thompson and Dustin Brown have been selected as co-winners of Steely’s Celebration Research Award, presented as part of NKU's Celebration of Student Research and Creativity.

Dustin Brown

Dustin's project "Carthage Shrugged" included an analysis of the historical role of Carthage. His faculty sponsor was Jonathan Reynolds (Department of History and Geography). 

Emily Thompson

Emily’s research--“Underrepresented: The Growing Gap between Rich and Poor on College Campuses”—was completed as part of the Master’s in Social Work program. Her faculty sponsors were Jessica Averitt Taylor and Reiko Ozaki.
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