CCSU is excited to host a multi-day celebration of research and creative activity - ResearchFest. Between April 30th and May 1st an integrated program including traditional URCAD events (featuring posters and presentations from all five academic schools and the honors program), our inaugural 3MT (three-minute thesis) competition, the CSCU research conference, gallery showings, and demonstrations of creative and performing art will occur across campus.
URCADUniversity Research & Creative Achievement Day
URCAD at CCSU includes the Undergraduate and Graduate Research Awards and a University-wide Research and Creative Achievement Day.
Both the Award and the Day are composed of research and creative achievement across a broad range of disciplines, and we celebrate work from all of our different fields.
For more information contact
Dr. Eric Leonidas
UQ Runner-Up 2016
The University of Queensland
Want to participate, but not sure where to begin? This guide provides everything you need to know to get started!
CSCU Faculty Research & Creative Activity Conference
The Connecticut State University Faculty Research Conference dates to the 1990s. It began as a faculty-led initiative typically held every other year, under the direction of Harvey Feinberg (now Professor Emeritus of History at Southern Connecticut State University). As of 2005, the CSU System Office officially began co-sponsoring the conference. German Bermudez, Associate Executive Officer, facilitated the planning of the conference as an annual showcase of faculty research in the CSU System and it rotated among the 4 CSUs until 2011.
2020 Connecticut State Colleges &
Universities Faculty Research Conference
Willard DiLoreto Hall
Central Connecticut State University
Friday, May 1, 2020
For more information about the ResearchFest program of events please contact:
Christina A. Robinson
Interim Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies, Research, and Faculty Development
P: (860) 832-2364