Celebration of Scholarly and Artistic Student Work

Celebration of Scholarly and Artistic Student Work

This event is sponsored by the Provost Office and is designed to give students from all disciplines an environment to present and promote their scholarly achievements through oral presentations, poster displays, exhibits, and artistic works. The Wagner College Celebration of Scholarly & Artistic Student Work highlights the research and creative accomplishments of the campus community, the important role faculty and academic staff play as mentors in the scholarly activity process, and the meaningful impact of this work in the community beyond Wagner College. At this event, we encourage the dissemination of scholarly work results from across the Wagner academic community.

Guests from the community, including alumni, friends, prospective students, and families, will be invited to attend. This conference celebrates and promotes student achievement in all disciplines, showcasing exemplary research, scholarship, and creativity while fostering student career readiness.

We want to ensure we have ample space and the correct venue types for all who would like to participate.  If you are a faculty member or student interested in participating in the event, please complete the respective form below.

Wagner College Student Preliminary Submission


Faculty, students, and staff: Are you interested in getting involved? Contact Ms. Rosa Santana or Dr. Dina Prisco (Planning Committee Co-chairs).

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Members of the ad hoc Celebration of Scholarly & Artistic Student Work Committee (in alphabetical order by last names):

Jing Chen (Business)
Heather Cook (Biology)
Nicole Distefano (Advancement Office)
Giacomo Di Pasquale (Business)
Sajad Ebrahimi (Business)
Tav Hawkins (Provost Office)
Nora Lowy (Physician Assistant)
Josephine Marcantonio (Nursing)
Dina Prisco (Occupational Therapy)
Rosa Santana (Career Connection)
Harper Saxon (Student)
Siobhan Walsh (Occupational Therapy)
Natalie Williams (Performing and Visual Arts)
Eric Wilson (English)
Christian Young (Grad. Student Business)

Check back soon for future updates.