24 May 2023 – The College of Social Sciences proudly presents the Student Research Conference in the Social Sciences Program for 25 to 27 May.
This first-ever Student Research Conference in the Social Sciences aims to gather undergraduate and graduate students of CSS for a three-day conference where students shall showcase their academic progress to their peers and professors. It provides an opportunity for the students to demonstrate their learning outcomes, including improved cognitive and learning skills, knowledge gained, and personal development.
As a grand festival of ideas, this conference aims to help establish a collaborative learning environment where students can exchange ideas, learn from each other, and receive feedback from their peers and professors. In addition, this conference also allows students to reflect on their learning process, evaluate their performance, and address their areas of weakness, which promotes a culture of self-improvement and growth mindset.
Thus, we believe that this conference is an effective way to promote student-centered learning and academic excellence. It also encourages students to become more confident and responsible learners who can take ownership of their learning and achieve their educational objectives.
Aside from celebrating the works of undergraduate and graduate students, this gathering shall serve as the culminating event of our first academic year back to the campus after almost two years of remote learning. Indeed, it is only fitting to cap this year with a face-to-face conference that will allow students to fully interact with each other.
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