Annual Centenary Student Research Forum

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.

View the 2014 Winners.

View the 2013 winners.

2015 Research Forum Winners

Poster session

First place: Morgan Navalance
Second place: Dolores Ross
Third place: Zach Stielper

Oral presentations

Natural Science Division

First place: Chris Cates
Second place: Tierra Range
Third place: Eli Capello

Social Science Division

First place: Ryan Stevens
Second place: Lauren Marlar

Humanities Division

First place: Daryn Beaugh
Second place: Alissa Brown

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Presentation and Judgement Details

The presenters of the best work (both oral and poster) will be awarded cash prizes. Take a look at the 2014 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.

Judgement details and scoring sheets (pdf)

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.

Judgement details and scoring sheet (pdf)