University-wide Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD)
Katie Tsitaridis presenting, Fall 2016
URCAP at CCSU features a University-wide Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD) with Undergraduate and Graduate student prizes.
This year, URCAD takes place on Monday, April 9th 2018.
URCAD is a campus-wide showcase for student research and creative activities.
It will feature keynote presentations by our senior prize, graduate, and library award winners during lunch, breakout sessions for undergraduate and graduate oral presentations in the afternoon, and graduate and undergraduate poster sessions in the evening.
General submissions for the spring 2018 semester are now being accepted. If you are a graduate student, click here to propose your project. If you are an undergraduate student, click here.
Any student wishing to give a poster, oral, or creative presentation at URCAD should submit their proposal by March 10th, 2018.
NEW: Prizes will be awarded for undergraduate and graduate research posters and oral presentations.
2018 URCAD Poster and Oral Presentation winners
Best Graduate Poster Presentation: Tamazur Karim (Anurag Rimzhim) Predictors of Acculturative Stress Among South Asian Immigrants in the U.S.
Best Graduate Education Poster presentation: Anastasia Stamm (Patrick Foster) Examining High School Mathematics Enrollment Data
Best Graduate Engineering, Science, and Technology Poster presentation: Elizabeth Gwara (Michael Davis) Investigation of Combination Therapies for the Skin Disease Acne
Best Graduate Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Poster presentation: Gina Tremaglio (Leyla Zidani-Eroglu) Attitudes and Self-Perceptions of Bilingualism: A Study on Generational Differences
Best Undergraduate Poster Presentation: Madalena Pattacini (Bradley Waite) Makeup Differentially Affects Men's and Women's Perceptions of Women's Attractiveness and Competence
Best Undergraduate Engineering, Science, and Technology Poster presentation: Savannah Pare (Sadie Marjani) MacroH2A Expression in Cloned Bovine Embryos
Best Undergraduate Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Poster presentation: Caleb Pittman (Jerold Duquette) Analyzing Democratic Presidential Primary Election Results through the Lens of Daniel Elazar's Political Culture Typology