Past Programs, Overview and Abstracts
- 2022 (Canvas site)
- 2021 (Canvas site)
- 2020 (pdf)
- 2019 (pdf)
- 2018 (pdf)
- 2017 (pdf)
- 2016 (pdf)
- 2015 (pdf)
- 2014 (pdf)
- 2013 (pdf)
- 2012 (pdf)
After the Expo
For some students, presenting at Expo is just a taste of future successes. Recently, several Dominican students presented their research at professional scholarly conferences in their field.
- A psychology major won a Regional Research award from Psi Chi (the national honor society in psychology), along with the opportunity to present at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting.
- Another psychology student received a travel award and the opportunity to present at the annual Society for Neuroscience meetings.
- An English major traveled to the United Kingdom to present her undergraduate research project at a professional meeting (New Directions in Austen Studies).
“When one does any kind of meaningful independent research, there should always be a public outcome, whether it’s a presentation, a paper or an exhibit. Sharing your results with others is an important part of being a scholar.”
–Rebecca Pliske, PhD, Founding Director of URSCI and Professor, Department of Psychology