Student Research Symposium (SRS)
The Student Research Symposium is a two-day event recognizing the outstanding scholarly accomplishments of SDSU students.
SDSU’s 11th annual Student Research Symposium (SRS) will be held on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Aztec Student Union.
The SRS provides a public forum where SDSU students present their research, scholarship or creative activities. All SDSU students are encouraged to submit an application to present either preliminary or completed results from their original research or creative activity. Presentations, whether oral, poster, exhibit or performance, are organized by academic disciplines with divisions for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students.
Presidential Awards ($500) will be made to recognize outstanding achievement in original scholarship. These graduate and undergraduate students will go on to represent SDSU at the CSU Student Research Competition in May 2018. In total over 50 cash awards will be given in recognition of outstanding presentations or performance during SRS 2018.
San Diego State University Student Research Symposium, Mar 2017
- Chapman, C., & Woo, N.: Communicating pain: How gender identity influences self-disclosure and pain tolerance during the cold pressor task. Paper presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
- Crane, J.: Recounting, resisting, and reconfiguring: Transforming women's marginality into agen cy through art. Paper presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
- Ham, T.: When your pulse tells your symptoms: A conversation analysis of Korean medicine. Paper presented as the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
- Ham, T.: Framing electronic toxins: A content analysis of South Korean e-cigarette websites. Paper presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
- Ham, T., Santiago, J., Silberman, W.: Viral trends: Understanding media use and perceptions of the Zika virus. Paper presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
- Hook, C.: Exploring academic identity and post-graduation anxiety among college students. Paper presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.