The City Colleges of Chicago Student Symposium at Harold Washington College is a gathering where students present research and work, interacting and discussing their ideas in an academic venue, helping them build and practice academic and professional skills. Learn more here.
Student FAQs (For Faculty FAQs click here)
What is the symposium all about? The symposium is "a gathering where students present research and work to their peers, faculty, and staff. It allows students to interact and discuss their ideas in an academic venue meant to help them build and practice academic and professional skills."
Can I just come to watch the presentations and support the presenters? Yes! Please RSVP here.
What do I need to turn in, to present at the symposium? You will need to complete this form to submit your abstract for the symposium.
What is an abstract? An abstract is a concise but thorough description of a work such as an article, paper, or presentation. It is a narrative (usually a paragraph long) that includes the main points and conclusions of the work; it is not a list, review, or assessment of the work, but is meant to give the reader information on exactly what the larger work contains. Get more information HERE.
THE SPRING 2022 SYMPOSIUM WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY MAY 6TH!
Students: Do you have a paper or project you'd like to present? (It's a great resume builder!) Submit a request to be a presenter HERE.
Faculty: Request a brief info session with a committee member for your classes HERE.
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