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THE 4TH ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH DAY
Tuesday, APRIL 16, 2013
Mulcahy Gymnasium, Iona College
The roundtable discussion format is designed to highlight the dialogic nature of humanities knowledge and foster a
collaborative discussion between students and faculty about the questions that matter most. Composed of three-four students
and an equal number of responding faculty, the roundtable format will allow students to present a thesis with supporting
textual evidence and logically derived, but also debatable, conclusions on the topic of their choice. The faculty member
will respond specifically to the studentâ€™s claims, offering counter-evidence and perhaps a counter-thesis in order to
encourage discussion and actualize the multi-disciplinary conversations that generate knowledge and method in the humanities.
Effective roundtable papers will be :
Each paper submitted for consideration should be approximately 4-6 pages, or of a length that could easily be edited to the same page limits.
For discipline-specific advice in preparation for oral or poster presentation, please contact the following faculty coordinators:
|Humanities:||Dr. Scott Cleary (SCleary@iona.edu)|
|Social Sciences:||Dr. Tricia Mulligan (TMulligan@iona.edu)
Dr. Cathryn Lavery (CLavery@iona.edu)
|Sciences:||Dr. Sunghee Lee (SLee@iona.edu)|
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