The Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) is a student-centered platform for NYIT students to showcase their academic excellence.
SOURCE is a forum for undergraduate and graduate students from all campuses to present academic research projects and creative work in the arts, humanities, engineering, architecture, science, and medicine to the NYIT community. Many students who've presented at SOURCE have gone on to present their research or creative work at national and international conferences, where they have received official recognition for their work.
Join us and discover all the interesting work being conducted by your peers!
- Posters (Exhibition Hall) and presentations: 16 W. 61st St., 11th floor
- Keynote speech and panel discussion: NYIT Auditorium on Broadway.
SOURCE has become a strong tradition at NYIT, engaging students from all NYIT schools, colleges, and campuses in scholarship—in and out of the classroom. This annual event provides both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to exchange ideas and develop both professionally and personally. All student presenters who attend SOURCE will receive a certificate of recognition. All submissions must be received by Saturday, March 10 at 5 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Stuart Isacoff
We are proud to announce that this year's SOURCE Keynote Speaker is Stuart Isacoff, who will offer a speech tentatively titled "Imaginative Thinking from Arts to Sciences."
Stuart Isacoff, a pianist, composer and writer, is the author of When the World Stopped to Listen: Van Cliburn’s Cold War Triumph and Its Aftermath (Alfred A. Knopf). His other books for Knopf include A Natural History of the Piano: The Instrument, the Music, the Musicians—From Mozart to Modern Jazz and Everything In Between, and the highly acclaimed Temperament: How Music Became a Battleground for the Great Minds of Western Civilization. A winner of the prestigious ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for excellence in writing about music, and a 2017 recipient of the Cremona (Italy) Music Award for Communication, he is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal.
Mr. Isacoff lectures frequently at schools, museums and festivals here and abroad. He has done presentations on the intersection of science and art at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Canada.
For questions or comments about SOURCE, please contact Nina Abdullah at 646.273.6036 or email@example.com.