The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is forging ahead with plans for a laboratory school.
The student organizations Chi Sigma Iota and Council for Exceptional Children are proud to host the first UL Lafayette College of Education Student Research Symposium.
The symposium will take place from 9:00 to 1:00 PM on Saturday, April 8th at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Student Union.
Proposals for this symposium can focus on proposed research, data that has been collected, or literature reviews. Data collected as part of class projects, capstone, thesis or dissertation projects are all acceptable.
Undergraduate students are eligible for presenting during the poster sessions. Graduate students can submit proposals for poster sessions or oral presentations.
All students submitting proposals must have a faculty advisor overseen or providing support during the completion of the project.
This symposium is an opportunity for student researchers to receive feedback on research designs and emergent ideas as well as present their findings.
To submit your proposal, please complete the electronic proposal submission form by March 24, 2017.