Central Valley Honors Symposium

About this Event


On November 22, 2019, the honors programs throughout SCCCD will hold the inaugural Central Valley Honors Symposium at Fresno City College Old Administration Building room 251. All students taking honors classes throughout the district were invited to apply to present their poster research at this event. Awards with small stipends will be given to the top student proposals and top student posters. 

On the day of the symposium, students whose proposals have been accepted will display their posters in a large room. During the poster session, students will stand in front of their posters, discussing their research with conference attendees and addressing their questions about their projects. Professional dress at the symposium is required. Registration is required to attend the Symposium and is limited to the first 150 registrants. Students selected to present, faculty wanting to attend, and students wanting to see the posters must register. Attendance is free, and registered participants will enjoy refreshments.

Students presenting

Want to Attend?

Registration is limited to the first 150 registrants; register to attend the event at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/central-valley-honors-symposium-tickets-69337627711

Want to Submit a Proposal to Present?

All students enrolled in honors courses throughout the district, including Fresno City College, Reedley College, Clovis Community College, and Madera Community College Center, are encouraged to apply.  The deadline for submission of proposals is midnight on September 30.  For more information, including requirements for proposal, poster templates, and form to submit proposals, go to the following link: https://scccd.instructure.com/enroll/33BCA4

Students Presenting

Event Day Schedule

Check in begins at noon in front of OAB 251. The opening ceremonies begin at 12:30 with poster presentations beginning at 1pm. Closing ceremonies with the presentation of awards will be held at approximately 2:15pm.