IP Showcase 2020

IP Showcase 2020

Guidelines for Submission

The 3rd annual IP Showcase Extravaganza will be housed here through August 31, 2020. 

Students can present their IP in three different formats that will be posted here:

  • Poster session: We invite students to submit a visual summary of their IP in a poster format. The posters will be presented on the ITS Department website between Wednesday May 13 and Monday August 31, 2020. You may create the poster in PowerPoint or any other software. Please submit the final version in PDF and send it to: Bridget Bartolini (beb2131@tc.columbia.edu).
    How to Create an Academic Poster? (https://guides.nyu.edu/posters)
  • Recorded presentation (3 minutes): We invite students to present their IP asynchronously by recording a short presentation. The recording will be available on the website between Monday May 11 and Monday August 31, 2020. You can record your presentation using ZOOM or any other application. Send a link to the recording to: Bridget Bartolini (beb2131@tc.columbia.edu).
  • Presentation in a live session (10 minutes): We invite students to present their IP synchronously through a live session on Zoom. The session will be on Thursday, May 14 2020, 8:00-9:30pm EST (90 minutes). This event will be recorded and posted here for others to view after the live event. 


2020 Integrative Project Showcase

2020 IP Posters

Woo jung Amber Kim IP Poster resized
Perspectives of Multilingual Education Teachers on the Sustainability of Multilingual Education in Cambodia
Darren Rabinowitz IP Poster resized (smaller)
The Right to Belong: A mixed methods study of self-reported feelings of belonging in Rwandan orphaned and vulnerable children and their perceptions of national peacebuilding
Daniel Regan IP Poster resize
A Comparative Study of Language-in-Curriculum Development for Newly Arrived Speakers of Arabic Varieties in Host Countries of the Middle East, Europe, and North America
Alisha Parikh IP Poster Resize (smaller)
Language, Education, and Economic Opportunity: Influences on Secondary School-Age Girls' Decision-Making in Mumbai, India
Maya Resize smaller
Mapping Our City: A co-created curriculum for Youth Led Participatory Mapping in Urban Refugee Contexts
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