Research & Creativity Expo

Research & Creativity Expo

OFFICE FOR STUDENT RESEARCH & CREATIVITY
Opening Day: April 27, NB, Hound Square 1:00–3:00 PM

The OSRC Research & Creativity scholars’ interdisciplinary final projects will be presented on campus and, subsequently, permanently featured on the OSRC Wix page. The presentations represent a diverse set of research and creative projects the
15 undergraduate and graduate scholarship students have accomplished over the past academic year, under the close supervision and committed guidance of their respective faculty mentors and with the support of the entire OSRC team.

MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
Opening Day: April 27, NB, East End Dining Hall | 1:40–2:00 PM

The John Jay Singers, a combination of current and previous MUS130 students, will present a program of songs of freedom, togetherness, and resilience.

ART EXHIBIT & RECEPTION
Opening Day: April 27, NB, First Floor Balcony Gallery | 2:00–3:00 PM

Recent student art work from the drawing and painting classes will be displayed during the Expo and until the end of the spring semester.

JOHN JAY'S FINEST
Opening Day: April 27, https://bit.ly/jjayfinest 4:00–5:30 PM

John Jay’s Finest is an annual publication honoring outstanding student writing from across the undergraduate curriculum. As every year, writings featured in the 2022 anthology have been nominated by the student-writers’ professors and vetted by the publication’s editors.

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE
April 28, HH, Sociology Conference Room 520 | 11:00 AM–12:30 PM

Students from the capstone courses in the international criminal justice major from the 2021-2022 academic year will present their capstone research projects.

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE
April 29, Room 110, Westport | 10:50 AM–1:30 PM

Students from the capstone courses in the international criminal justice major from the 2021-2022 academic year will present their capstone research projects.

McNAIR POST-BACCALAUREATE ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM
May 2, NB, Moot Court, 6th Floor 1:30–3:00 PM

The John Jay McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program will conduct the McNair alumni panel on research and graduate school as well as the McNair poster presentations by current scholars.

THE VERTICAL WRITING PROGRAM @ JOHN JAY COLLEGE
May 3, Virtual: Meeting ID: 82393196669 Passcode: 473316 1:30–3:00 PM

Writers from the First-Year Writing Program, the Writing and Rhetoric Minor, and the Writing Across the Curriculum Program will read, present, perform, and discuss their impressive and diverse work to include: memoir, literacy narrative, podcasts, creative non-fiction, research-based academic writing, legal and business writing, expository essays, spoken word, rhetorical analysis, and multi-genre/multimodal works.

6th ANNUAL ePORTFOLIO SHOWCASE
May 3, www.twitch.tv/jjceportfolio 6:00–7:00 PM

The John Jay ePortfolio Program will host a Twitch live stream event of student ePortfolio presentations, interviews with John Jay alumn, and the unveiling of the 6th Annual ePortfolio Showcase 2022 site, which spotlights the best John Jay student eportfolios.

PRISM UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH POSTER BOARD SESSION
May 4, NB, Hound Square 1:30–3:00 PM

Program for Research Initiatives in Science and Math students showcase their research poster presentations in forensic science, toxicology, cell and molecular biology, chemistry, environmental science, and computer science.

PRISM UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH DINNER & AWARD CEREMONY

May 4, NB, West End Dining Hall | 3:30–6:00 PM

A celebration of our PRISM Undergraduate Researchers at
John Jay. Research presentations by our Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher, Christina Gonzalez, and our keynote speaker, John Jay PRISM alumni, Dr. Lauren Weidner.

HONORS AND MACAULAY POSTER SESSION
May 5, NB, Hound Square 1:30–3:00 PM

The Honors Program poster session is a showcase of Honors students’ scholarship and creativity across multiple disciplines.

ANNUAL FACULTY RECOGNITION AWARDS CEREMONY
May 5, NB, 9.64 4:30–5:00 PM 

The Faculty Recognition Awards Ceremony is an annual event that recognizes faculty achievements in teaching, mentorship, service, and research. These awards are internal to the College and recognize both full-time and part-time faculty.

HONORS AND MACAULAY CAPSTONE COMPETITION & AWARDS
May 6, NB, Moot Court, 6th Floor 10:00 AM–3:00 PM 

Students nominated and selected as finalists for the capstone awards give ten-minute oral presentations on their capstone projects.

ANNUAL GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
May 6, https://bit.ly/gradsympo 8:30 AM–1:00 PM

The Annual Graduate Research Symposium will provide graduate students an opportunity to share their research and scholarly projects with the John Jay Community. It is a great way to engage with peers, professors, alumnae, and mentors beyond the classroom. All presentation abstracts will be published in the symposium proceedings.

PSYCHOLOGY MASTER’S STUDENT RESEARCH GROUP
May 6, https://bit.ly/MSRGevent 12:00–2:30 PM

The Master’s Student Research Group (MSRG) hosts a conference each spring semester where students in the Forensic Psychology Master’s program showcase their research. This year’s virtual format includes both traditional poster exhibitions and short verbal presentations. The conference is an opportunity to learn about new insights coming from John Jay’s forensic psychology students while connecting with peers in the field.