Every year, Centenary students present their best works of exploration and invention to fellow students and faculty at our Student Research Forum. A community tradition for over 20 years, the Research Forum is modeled upon long-standing academic traditions of conference-based information sharing and feedback.
Sign up via our submission form.
View the 2015 Winners.
View the 2014 Winners.
Congratulations to the winners of the 25th annual Centenary Student Research Forum!
1st place - Jessica Cameron
2nd place - Melissa Traver
3rd place - Namra Tanveer
1st place - Taylor Ackerman
2nd place - Abigail Dillard
3rd place - Bailey White
1. Christian Roberson and Sarah Leal
2. Grace Rambo
3. David Westbrook
1. Gabrielle Glorioso
1. Manon Doucet
2. Dolores Ross
View the 2016 Research Forum Program here.
The presenters of the best work (both oral and poster) will be awarded cash prizes. Take a look at the the 2015 Winners.
View the instructions for presenters.
About Oral Presentations
Each presenter may take eight minutes for the presentation (including set-up), followed by a maximum of two minutes for questions and answers. Presenters should anticipate receiving questions.
About Poster Presentations
A well-organized poster filled with relevant information is important, but the presenter is responsible for making sure the project is clearly presented.
Use our submission form.