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ARS NOVA - Arts and Research Showcase

Undergraduates from all majors and programs are invited to present their original work through visual presentations or performances, and oral explanation (abstract required). The ARS NOVA - Arts and Research Showcase also provides a great opportunity for students to share their academic projects--both those completed and those in progress.

How to Apply to Arts and Research Showcase

Students should send mentor approved abstracts to with the following information:

  • Name
  • Major
  • Class year
  • Title of Research
  • Name of Faculty Mentor
  • Partner(s)
  • Cell phone number
  • Head shot and two sentence bio for the research website (Please send a current photo of yourself from the shoulders up.)

Example of a two or three sentence bio: "Joe Smith grew up in Scranton before moving to New York to pursue his research on mission-centered higher education. He is a widely sought after conference speaker as well as a highly regarded tenor. He hopes to become a soloist at the Metropolitan Opera after graduation."

The 2018 information session: RESCHEDULED for Thursday March 15th from 12 -  1 p.m. in Room 1124

Abstracts due: Tuesday, March 20, submit via email to

Please check out the Arts and Research website for information and peer-submitted projects.

The 2018 ARS NOVA - Arts and Research Showcase: Thursday, April 12, 2018 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the Platt Court, at 140 West 62nd Building.

Please note, all Fordham College Lincoln Center summer research grant recipients are required to participate.

Students and faculty with questions should contact