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April 19, 2016
 
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Scholarly Explorations at the Annual Research Conference

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Impressive scholarship was on display at the 13th Annual Adelphi University Research Conference (AURC) on April 12. Presentations by the more than 150 student participants truly evoked a campus-wide commitment to excellence in research and creative arts. 

Congratulations to the hundreds of students and faculty who participated and, especially, to the award-winners. 

» See the 2016 award winners and honorable mentions

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