ARS NOVA - Arts and Research Showcase
We look forward to hosting an in-person ARS Nova showcase when we return to campus in the fall semester. In the meantime, please join us for the first-ever ARS Nova Digital Showcase.
Take a look when you have a moment! Below is a sampling of the research projects done by this year's talented student researchers. Their work covers a broad array of disciplines and engages with a fascinating set of research questions. We will continue to update the site as contributions are submitted.
Please join with me in celebrating the achievements of this year's ARS Nova participants!
How to Apply to the Arts and Research Showcase
Students should submit mentor approved abstracts with the following information:
- Class year
- Title of Research
- Name of Faculty Mentor
- Cell phone number
- Headshot (Photo is optional) and two-sentence bio for the research website (Please send a current photo of yourself from the shoulders up JPEG sized at 240x240)
- Abstract, 250-word maximum
*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."
Students and faculty with questions should contact firstname.lastname@example.org