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Research & Service Leadership Symposium

2019 RSL Symposium
Thursday, May 16
8:00–3:30pm

Symposium Schedule

Download the 2019 RSL Symposium Program  for a listing of poster session presenters and locations for the presentation sessions. All poster sessions are located in the Foothill Cafeteria Dining Hall.

View an outline of the program below.

TIME SESSION LOCATION
8-8:30 a.m. Welcome: Coffee & Pastries Hearthside Lounge (2313)
8:30-9:20 a.m. Opening Ceremony & Keynote
Brian Buntz: A Formula for Engaging Community and Making an Impact
Hearthside Lounge (2313)
9:20-9:50 a.m. Panel Discussion Hearthside Lounge (2313)
10-11:30 a.m. Poster Session 1 Dining Hall (2200)
10-11 a.m. Presentations 1-3 Download Program See page 5
11 a.m.-Noon Presentations 4-6 Download Program See page 6
Noon-1:30 p.m. Poster Session 2 Dining Hall (2200)
Noon-1 p.m. Presentations 8-9 Download Program See page 8
1-2 p.m. Presentations 10-12 Download Program  See page 9
2-3:30 p.m. Poster Session 3 Dining Hall (2200)
2-3 p.m. Presentations 13-15 Download Program See page 11

 

About the Symposium

The Research and Service Leadership Symposium provides students an opportunity to gain experience presenting in a professional conference setting on campus.  The event includes an awards ceremony, a keynote speaker, and presentations throughout the day.

What Types of Projects Qualify?

  1. Research Projects.  Any type of research project from any discipline is welcome.  For example, research that you’ve conducted for a research paper in any of your classes (from History to English, etc.) would qualify, as would any project in which you’ve collected original data.

  1. Service Leadership Projects.  We welcome any type of community service or environmental justice project in which you are engaged with a community to solve a problem or to provide community enrichment.  The goal of service leadership projects is to become a leader or an engaged members in a community.

  1. Political Activism Projects. If you’ve been engaged in any type of political activism you are welcome to apply to present your work.

Be A Presenter

Foothill & De Anza Students, Faculty and Staff are welcome to apply.  You can apply individually or as a group.

Presentation Formats

Students can present their work at a poster session or as a 10 min. talk.   Faculty and staff are welcome to present 20 min. talks.

Learn more about presentation formats

Cash Prizes

Cash prizes of $100 will be awarded to each contributing member of the 5 highest quality/most impactful projects.  Winners will be selected based on the submitted application materials.

Application Due March 15

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

Questions?

Please contact Ben Stefonik, coordinator of the RSL Symposium, at stefonikbenjamin@fhda.edu.


RSL Symposium Mission Statement: The mission of this symposium is to catalyze student efforts to engage in scholarly research and service leadership projects. The guiding value of this symposium is that meaningful change in the world can be accomplished through empirical investigation, community engagement, and social, political and environmental activism.

This event is sponsored by the President's Office as part of Foothill's 2018-2019 Strategic Objectives ( E²SG) — Enrollment and Equity, Service Leadership, and Governance.

 

Videographer credits: Jane Kong, Dora Lohas, Jason Allen

 

 

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Questions?
Please contact me!

Ben Stefonik, RSL Symposium Coordinator

stefonikbenjamin@fhda.edu


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