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NEIU Annual Student Research and Creative Activities Symposium Guide

About the Student Research and Creative Activities Symposium

PLEASE NOTE: Northeastern Illinois University has cancelled all campus events with 50 or more anticipated attendants for the duration of the spring semester. We regret that this cancellation applies to the Symposium scheduled for Friday, April 17

We understand this comes as a disappointment, and we are looking into rescheduling the event in the fall semester. If you have already submitted an entry for the Symposium, we will review your submission and contact you for the event as soon as it is rescheduled.

Forms and Resources

About the Bernard Brommel Awards

The Bernard Brommel Awards will be given for outstanding podium and poster projects. Awards will be announced at the Symposium Luncheon.

There is no additional application process for the Brommel Awards.

About the NEIU Libraries' Award for Excellence in Research

Established in 2014 by the Ronald Williams Library, the NEIU Libraries' Award for Excellence in Research promotes the use of Library resources in the development of research and creative projects while recognizing outstanding NEIU student efforts in the area of library-based research. This year, up to four applications from the different colleges will be selected to receive $300 each. Winners will be announced at the NEIU Student Research and Creative Activities Symposium Luncheon on Friday, April 17, 2020. You must be a currently enrolled NEIU student to apply.

If you wish to apply for the Library Award, submit a brief research reflection essay, your NEIU Student Research and Creative Activities Symposium project abstract, and a bibliography of your research through our online form.

For more information, please contact Mary Thill, Humanities Librarian, at m-thill@neiu.edu. For assistance with library research, please call 773-442-4410 to request an appointment with your subject librarian.

The deadline for Library Award applications is 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 3, 2020.