Students participating in City Tech’s various undergraduate research, honors, and emerging scholars initiatives are invited and encouraged to submit their posters to CUNY Academic Works. Academic Works preserves your poster and, more importantly, provides you a stable link to your work that you can add to your resume, CV, or portfolio!
What is CUNY Academic Works? CUNY Academic Works is an online repository of research, scholarship, and creative works produced by the CUNY community. All content in CUNY Academic Works is freely available to everyone, and if
someone searches your name or research topic using Google, there’s a good chance your work will be in the search results! step-by-step guide to submitting to Academic Works for student posters
This poster won 1st place for outstanding group research project in the spring 2018 Honors and Undergraduate Research Scholars Poster Presentation. Academic Works provides a permanent virtual home for the poster and makes it easy to find the poster via Google.
Group research team poster winner, Spring 2018
Winning poster for group research as it appears in Academic Works
Questions? Contact me! Prof. Monica Berger firstname.lastname@example.org. More information available at http://cityte.ch/poster
This year, City Tech is hositng the The 13th Annual CUNY BMI Conference:
Diversifying the STEM Field: Exposing and Promoting Pathways
October 5, 2018
8:30 AM – 7:00 PM
New York City College of Technology
300 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
New Academic Center Auditorium
THE 17TH SEMI-ANNUAL RESEARCH MIXER
SPONSORED BY CITY TECH’S COORDINATION OF UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH COMMITTEE AND THE BLACK MALE INITIATIVE PROGRAM
Yes, you can be a researcher!
Come find out about exciting research opportunities for you.
Please join us for refreshments!
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018
12:30 – 2 PM • L Building Ground Floor
ALL FACULTY AND STUDENTS ARE WELCOME
Coordination of Undergraduate Research Committee: Reginald Blake (Chair), Viviana Acquaviva, Ralph Alcendor, Monica Berger, Mariya Bessonov, Mercer Brugler, Aida Egues, Pa Her, Heejun Kim, Janet Liou-Mark(sabbatical), Zory Marantz, Alberto Martinez, Masato Nakamura, Hamidreza Norouzi, Katherine Poirier, Jonas Reitz, Jody Rosen, Diana Samaroo, Liana Tsenova, and Lin Zhou