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College of Business (COB) Student Research Day, during Undergraduate Research Celebration Week provides an opportunity undergraduate and graduate students from the Sykes College of Business to present their current or recently completed research projects in a poster format. Research may have been performed as part of a course, an Honors Research Fellowship or an independent project conducted under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Projects that are in progress or in the early stages of development are also encouraged.

The symposium provides participants with excellent preparation for future presentations in both educational and professional settings. Students who are not currently engaged in research projects are also encouraged to attend to learn more about student research within the College of Business.

COB Student Research Day Spring 2020 Winners

  • First Place – NICHOLAS MUELLER “Real Effects of Tobacco Alternative Reclassification on Corporate Innovation,” faculty research mentor Soohyung Kim
  • Second Place – ERIN HANSON “How High-School Athlete Student Mentors Impact Elementary/Middle School Students: A Case For Positive Coaching Alliance,” faculty research mentor Deirdre Dixon
  • Third Place – RACHEL WARDEN “Exchange Rate Impact on FDI Inflows in Sweden,” faculty research mentor John Stinespring

Spring 2020 Schedule (PDF)