University Research Conferences

Throughout the academic year, Gwynedd Mercy University students, faculty, and staff host and participate in a variety of research conferences both on and on off campus. Below you will find a few highlights.

GMercyU Research Conference

Welcome to the eighth annual University Research Conference! In conjunction with the in-person conference held on April 21, 2022, please enjoy the digital magazine below to learn more and view GMercyU’s students’ original research.
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7th Annual University Research Conference
April 22, 2021
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6th Annual University Research Conference
April 23, 2020
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Autism Conference

The signature offering of GMercyU's Autism Institute is the annual Autism Conference held each April. The conference is free and covers a wide variety of professional topics by leading professionals in the area. The Autism Institute is dedicated to assisting in identifying and providing for the needs of the local community.

The 16th annual Autism Conference will take place on April 1, 2023. Learn more here.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference

GMercyU's School of Business and Education presented an Educational Conference on Diversity, Equity an dInclusion titled "Diversity, Equity and Inclusions: Adapting Mindsets, Behaviors and Practices for Change" in April 2022. The conference was geared to educators, counselors, DEI professionals, students, alumni, and anyone interested in these topics. It was held virtually.

Griffin Student Leadership Institute 

The Griffin Student Leadership Institute (GSLI) is a comprehensive program for students looking to craft your leadership skills. GMercyU students in the program share their experiences and research at the annual GSLI Conference each spring. Learn more here.

Additional GMercyU Conference Highlights

Poster Presented at AAC&U Conference on Diversity, Equity, and Student Success
Social Work Program Hosts Two-Day 'Social Work in the Mercy Tradition' Conference
Four GMercyU Grads Present Research at NEACJS Annual Conference