S.T.E.M

12th Annual STEM Research Symposium

The S.T.E.M. Research Symposium is a poster presentation competition aimed at engaging the Barry community in learning about and sharing in the excitement of ongoing discoveries and research within the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math disciplines (S.T.E.M.), Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences. Undergraduate students present posters related to their past and current research in biology, chemistry, computer science, health science, humanities, information technology, mathematics, medicine, social sciences, psychology, and physics.

The College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences planned to host the 12th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) Research Symposium on April 3, 2020. However, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and after careful consideration of restrictions of all gatherings from leading health organizations, the 12th annual S.T.E.M. Research Symposium has been cancelled and some disciplines moved their poster presentations to virtual platforms. Members of Barry University’s S.T.E.M. Committee and all involved in putting together the annual program look forward to celebrating the great achievements within the S.T.E.M. disciplines once the worst of COVID-19 is behind us.

The twelfth annual S.T.E.M. research symposium pamphlet with submitted abstracts can be downloaded in PDF format.

This annual event is organized by members of Barry University's STEM Committee:
Sumera Ackbarali MS | Sabrina Des Rosiers PhD | Maurizio Giannotti PhD | Christoph Hengartner PhD | Ricardo Jimenez PhD | Peter Lin PhD | Michael Robinson PhD | Zuzana Zajickova PhD | Anita Zavodska PhD | Sanja Zivanovic PhD