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Florida Undergraduate Research Conference 

Abstract Deadline: January 11th, 2017

Event Dates:  February 24-25th, 2017

Undergraduate Research Symposium

Event Date:  March 30th, 2017

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Launch of the 2016 FAURJ

The Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Research Journal (FAURJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that is published annually. The FAURJ is published online and in print by OURI's student club, the Council for Scholarship and Inquiry (C.S.I.). Its missions are to showcase high quality undergraduate research in all fields, supply students with an idea of the standard of research, and promote inquiry-based activities at FAU. 

Council for Scholarship and Inquiry (C.S.I.)

The Council for Scholarship and Inquiry (C.S.I.) at Florida Atlantic University is a student organization established by the Student Council for the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). C.S.I. is open to all FAU students in any department. Opportunities sponsored by C.S.I. will consist of establishing and maintaining an annual FAU Undergraduate Research Journal (FAURJ), peer mentoring and peer advising programs, and journal and scholarship/grant writing workshops.  These students host workshops and other events to integrate and expand a culture of research, inquiry and creative activity on all of FAU’s campuses. CSI works closely with the Peer Mentors to support this initiative.

Our goals are to:

  • promote the existing culture of undergraduate research at FAU across as many disciplines as possible
  • enhance scholarship, creativity, critical thinking and academic excellence of undergraduate students at FAU
  • encourage and foster school pride and unity at FAU

Get Involved!

If you would like to join C.S.I. and get involved in research at FAU, or just learn about some fun scholarly opportunities at FAU and beyond send an e-mail to faucsi@gmail.com. Some ways to become involved can be seen below.

  1. Become a member and attend the General Body Meetings
    • Join CSI by signing on to OwlCentral and searching for CSI - then join in the fun! 
  2. Attend and/or volunteer at the "Meeting of the Minds"- events hosted to encourage networking and engagement between faculty and students
  3. Become familiar with the research process
  4. Volunteer Opportunities
  5. Leadership Opportunities

Meet the Officers of C.S.I.!

   Tevin         

Tevin Ali,  President

Email: Tali5@Fau.edu

College: College of Science with Major in Biotechnology

Fun Fact: I love photography and watching epic anime series

Future Goals: Run a Biotech company and become a motivational speaker traveling the world. 

 Vickie

Vickie Melus,  Vice President

Email: Vmelus@fau.edu

College: College of science with a Neuroscience and Behavior major

Fun Fact: I have embarked on 3 medical mission trips to 3 countries in the last 3 years.

Future Goal: After I graduate from FAU, I plan to further my education by attending medical school, with aspirations to one day serve as a physician working for Doctors Without Borders.

 Thyumi

Thuymi Nguyen,  Secretary

Email: thuyminguyen2014@fau.edu

Major: College of Science, Biology Major

Fun Fact:  I was born in Chicago Illinois and grew up performing fan dances at concerts and festivals for eight years.

Future Goals:  This senior year I hope to leave a positive impact to as many people as possible. Through the clubs that I am in and through volunteering, I hope to encourage others to get more involved in the communities around them and to challenge themselves both personally and academically. I hope to learn more about myself throughout this journey and to graduate with my bachelors of science with Honors distinction. In the future I hope to attend medical school to become a future pediatric physician. 

 Anne

Anne Cameau,  Treasurer

Email: acameau2013@fau.edu

College: College of Science with a Biological Sciences Major

Fun Facts: I spent 6 weeks at Rutgers Medical School where I shadowed physicians, dissected cadavers, and previewed the medical school experience.

Future Goal: After graduating, I hope to become an MD, and open clinics in the US and Haiti alongside my older brother, who is studying to be a health administrator.

 Rachel

Rachel Sankin,  Travel Grant Coordinator

Email: rsankin2013@fau.edu

Major: College of Science with a Biological Sciences major

Fun Fact: I was a classically trained pianist for 7 years and classically trained ballet dancer for 13 years! 

Future goals: My goal is to practice the art of Medicine and hopefully be a part of the many innovators who will change the future of Medicine. 

 Nikki

Nikki Tsikis,  Special Events Coordinator

Email: dtsikis2013@fau.edu

College: College of Science, Major in Biological Sciences

Fun Fact: I have four dogs, and love binge-watching Netflix.

Future Goals: After graduating from FAU, I hope to attend dental school and one day open my own practice.

 Dhruvin

Dhruvin Patel,  Outreach Coordinator

EmailPateld2014@fau.edu

College: College of Science with a Biological Sciences / Pre-Medical major

Fun facts: I like to play Basketball and go on road trips.

Future Goals: Medical School, Surgeon
 Syntia

Syntia Hadis,  Outreach Coordinator

Email:  shadis2015@fau.edu

Major and College: Psychology in Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

Fun Fact: I like to scrapbook about everything and anything. 

Future Goals: I plan on obtaining a doctorate in Clinical Psychology to pursue my love for research and teaching. 

 Carly  

Carly Louis-Jean,  Business Director

Email: clouisj@fau.edu

College: College of Business, Masters of Business Administration—Finance

Fun facts: I love all things soccer. I play on the weekends when I’m free. My favorite club team is Barcelona.

Future Goals: Financial analyst, business owner, traveler and author. 

Maddy

Maddy Rubio,  Peer Mentor

Email: mrubio2015@fau.edu

College: College of Science with a Biological Sciences and Geology major

Fun Fact: I'm the tie dye queen and have over 50 articles of tie dye clothing

Future Goal: My future goals include completing my Bachelors of Science and continuing into a Graduate program to pursue a PhD in Coastal and Marine Science so I may incorporate my dreams of becoming a researcher and professor. 

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