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Student Research Support:
Presentation Support from Walden

Presentation Support from Walden

Upon completing your research, Walden University offers dissemination support including opportunities to present your research. One such opportunity is the Walden University Research Conference which is a virtual gathering of scholars and researchers at the University for the purposes of scientific discourse and exchange of ideas. Walden University also hosts a research symposium to showcase the scholarly efforts of our academic community.  More information on each opportunity is listed below.

Each year, Walden University hosts a research symposium to showcase the scholarly efforts of our academic community. Presentations are given in two formats. Posters give researchers a chance to engage with all individuals attending the symposium and potentially to network with other interested researchers. Using a roundtable format, a select group of researchers are available for interactive discussions of their work, with handouts and visual materials available to support the discussion.

Each symposium offers a range of research topics from our faculty, students, and graduates. And, although the topics are as diverse as the methodologies used to study them, all presentations share a common goal of supporting positive social change. Some projects have been funded through internal grants, but many projects report cutting- edge findings from doctoral capstones, conducted by Walden students. The true strength of the symposia lies in the interactions between presenters and audience, however, so presentations of in-progress research are also supported.

More information on the up-coming and previous symposia can be found below. Questions: researchsymposium@waldenu.edu

 

2014 Research Symposium

Call for Proposals

Poster Template

Application Template

 

 

 

- See more at: http://researchcenter.waldenu.edu/Research-Symposium.htm#sthash.ADA2Nq7e.dpuf

Each year, Walden University hosts a research symposium to showcase the scholarly efforts of our academic community. Presentations are given in two formats. Posters give researchers a chance to engage with all individuals attending the symposium and potentially to network with other interested researchers. Using a roundtable format, a select group of researchers are available for interactive discussions of their work, with handouts and visual materials available to support the discussion.

Each symposium offers a range of research topics from our faculty, students, and graduates. And, although the topics are as diverse as the methodologies used to study them, all presentations share a common goal of supporting positive social change. Some projects have been funded through internal grants, but many projects report cutting- edge findings from doctoral capstones, conducted by Walden students. The true strength of the symposia lies in the interactions between presenters and audience, however, so presentations of in-progress research are also supported.

More information on the up-coming and previous symposia can be found below. Questions: researchsymposium@waldenu.edu

 

2014 Research Symposium

Call for Proposals

Poster Template

Application Template

 

 

 

- See more at: http://researchcenter.waldenu.edu/Research-Symposium.htm#sthash.ADA2Nq7e.dpuf

Each year, Walden University hosts a research symposium to showcase the scholarly efforts of our academic community. Presentations are given in two formats. Posters give researchers a chance to engage with all individuals attending the symposium and potentially to network with other interested researchers. Using a roundtable format, a select group of researchers are available for interactive discussions of their work, with handouts and visual materials available to support the discussion.

Each symposium offers a range of research topics from our faculty, students, and graduates. And, although the topics are as diverse as the methodologies used to study them, all presentations share a common goal of supporting positive social change. Some projects have been funded through internal grants, but many projects report cutting- edge findings from doctoral capstones, conducted by Walden students. The true strength of the symposia lies in the interactions between presenters and audience, however, so presentations of in-progress research are also supported.

More information on the up-coming and previous symposia can be found below. Questions: researchsymposium@waldenu.edu

 

2014 Research Symposium

Call for Proposals

Poster Template

Application Template

 

 

 

- See more at: http://researchcenter.waldenu.edu/Research-Symposium.htm#sthash.ADA2Nq7e.dpuf

Walden University Research Conference

Beginning in 2020, the Walden University Research Conference is a virtual gathering of scholars and researchers at the University for the purposes of scientific discourse and exchange of ideas. This conference is modeled on the typical academic conferences held by varies professional groups. Research presentations from any discipline or methodological approach represented at Walden University are welcomed, but collaborations and efforts that link research to Walden's mission of promoting positive social change are particularly valued.

The 2021 Research Conference  

Walden University’s Office of Research and Doctoral Services is inviting proposals for the second annual Walden Research Conference being held virtually on October 1. Proposals from any discipline or methodological approach represented at Walden University are welcome, but collaborations and efforts that link research to Walden's mission of promoting positive social change are particularly encouraged. 

Walden University Research Conference 2021 will be a virtual gathering of scholars and researchers at the university for the purpose of scientific discourse and exchange of ideas. The conference theme is Transitions. A transition involves a period of change, and proposals can focus on research involving transitions of individuals, groups, organizations, policies and practices, or even society. Research is also in transition, and as such, we are soliciting proposals for research that demonstrate the efficacy of newer trends in research or in response to changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Starting with an opening session on the evening of Thursday, September 30, conference events will occur both synchronously and asynchronously in a variety of formats, including oral presentations and digital posters. More information and instructions for submitting a proposal can be found in the Call for Proposals. The submission deadline for Walden University Research Conference 2021 alumni proposals is June 11. If you have questions about submitting a proposal, contact researchconference@mail.waldenu.edu.

Information about registering for the conference will be available in the summer, so stay tuned!

The 2020 Research Conference  

The Office of Research and Doctoral Services hosted the inaugural Walden University Research Conference on October 1 - 3, 2020. The conference theme, Research Leading the Way for the Next 50 Years, celebrated Walden’s 50th anniversary in 2020. Presenters explored both the history of their topic and how their efforts may shape the future of research in their area. An archive of the event can be found here:

2020 Walden University Research Conference  

Questions: email us at researchconference@mail.waldenu.edu 

Research Symposium

Each year, Walden University hosts a research symposium to showcase the scholarly efforts of our academic community. Presentations are given in two formats. Posters give researchers a chance to engage with all individuals attending the symposium and potentially to network with other interested researchers. Using a roundtable format, a select group of researchers are available for interactive discussions of their work, with handouts and visual materials available to support the discussion.

Each symposium offers a range of research topics from our faculty, students, and graduates. And, although the topics are as diverse as the methodologies used to study them, all presentations share a common goal of supporting positive social change. Some projects have been funded through internal grants, but many projects report cutting- edge findings from doctoral capstones, conducted by Walden students. The true strength of the symposia lies in the interactions between presenters and audience, however, so presentations of in-progress research are also supported.

In the meantime, you can see information on previous symposia at the archive link below.

Notice:

Until the COVID-19 crisis has resolved itself such that live events are safe again, the university will not be holding a Research Symposium. Please check back in the Spring for updates. In the meantime, visit the archived Research Conference 2020 website to explore research being conducted at Walden.

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