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Undergraduate Research Day and Creative Performances & Projects

Undergraduate Research Day and Creative Performances and Projects is a celebration of student engagement in research and creative effort across disciplines.

Each poster, presentation, project, or display marks the culmination of intense individual or team effort in books, in lab, in the field, studio, or on stage. The culmination of each student’s work reflects the mastery of both methods and foundational learning as students transition toward advanced study or professional work.

Three Components:

Poster Session


  • Poster sessions for all disciplines in all schools.
  • Students present research, field questions, and discuss further research possibilities.
  • Examples: conference presentations, honors thesis.

Creative Performances and Projects


  • Students present capstone, recitals, performances and creative projects.
  • Examples: musical, dance, and/or drama performances, award-winning film presentations

Student Art and Design Projects


  • An exhibit of student art and design projects
  • Examples: sculpture, furniture, painting as well as stage and set designs.

As vice provost for undergraduate studies, I invite the entire Hofstra community to celebrate the outstanding work by highly motivated student researchers, under the guidance of experienced and engaged faculty members.

We applaud the work of students and their faculty mentors, who advise and supervise over months and years.

Elfreda V. Blue, PhD
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies