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Deadline to Register for Research Day 2024 (Extended)

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Calling all students, staff, and faculty! Apply today!

The Center for Research and Creative Activities invites all students, faculty, and staff to participate in SSU's annual celebration of scholarship and creativity,

Research Day, held on Reading Day, May 3, 2024.

This is your chance to shine and showcase your academic work via posters, papers, performances, and panel discussions. Research isn't limited to empirical studies—it encompasses all scholarly and creative endeavors, making it an inclusive platform for everyone, regardless of field or discipline.

Why Participate?

  • Showcase Your Work: Share your passion and contributions with our vibrant community.
  • Network and Collaborate: Connect with peers, mentors, and potential collaborators from the Salem State community and beyond.
  • Inspire Others: Your research and creativity have the power to inspire, spark new ideas and contribute to important scholarly conversations.
  • Celebrate Achievement: Recognize your hard work and achievements in a supportive environment that profoundly contributes to professional development.

Who Can Participate?

  • Students: Whether you're an undergraduate or graduate student, this is your opportunity to present your research and creative projects.
  • Faculty and Staff: Share your expertise and research findings with colleagues and students, including previously published and/or presented work.

How to Register

Be part of something extraordinary!

Research Day is more than just an event—it's a celebration of knowledge, creativity, and community. We encourage you to seize this opportunity to share your passion and contribute to our collective understanding.

To view the full Research Day 2024 schedule, visit the main event page.

Questions? Email the Center for Research and Creative Activities at ssu-crca@salemstate.du

When 11:59pm
Center for Research and Creative Activities

For access and accommodation information, visit our page on access or email

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