Sponsored by the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), the Office of Research, and the Office of Student Affairs, the Research and Scholarship Showcase is an opportunity for Steinhardt students of all degree levels to share their findings and gain experience discussing their scholarly work in a professional setting.
“Today’s presenters are part of an exceptional group of people who know the feeling of bringing a piece of research to fruition – having a seedling of an idea, planting it, and watching it grow and bloom into something quite special,” said NYU Steinhardt Dean and Gale and Ira Drukier Chair, Jack H. Knott, in his opening remarks. “Your work has the potential to advance our academic knowledge through new and innovative theoretical models and empirical evidence, as well as the potential to influence policy, practice, and performance.”
We are excited to celebrate the original and powerful scholarship of Steinhardt students and the incredibly dedicated advisors, faculty, and staff who supported them in their research journey.
Several of the Showcase’s oral presenters earned awards for their work at the end of the event. Hoque was awarded Best Overall Oral Presentation, and OT students Angulo, Daniel, Wilansky, and Wong were awarded Best Master's Poster Presentation.
“We are excited to celebrate the original and powerful scholarship of Steinhardt students and the incredibly dedicated advisors, faculty, and staff who supported them in their research journey,” says Elise Cappella, vice dean for research. “We at Steinhardt know that the most urgent problems of today can’t be solved alone, and that interdisciplinary perspective is reflected in your papers and presentations. Interconnections are what make for, I think, the most intriguing questions and the most potentially groundbreaking answers.”