Paideia (pa DAY ah) is the classical Greek education of liberal learning, which was believed to develop the intellectual, moral, and aesthetic capacities.

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The Paideia Conference is CNU's annual conference dedicated to fostering undergraduate and graduate research in liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies.  Conferences provide a valuable venue to share academic information and current research among peers. Researchers who present at the Paideia Conference are eligible for the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Awards. 

This year's Conference Program featured a record number of presentations, posters, and performances.

Each year the Paideia Conference invites a CNU graduate back to campus to speak to conference attendees about the undergraduate research experience and how it has informed their post-CNU career.

Paideia Keynote Speakers have included...

2014 - Nicholas Huber '07 (English) - "Denaturalize, Coordinate, Recompose: Objects of Undergraduate Research."  abstract >>

2014 Keynote Speaker

2013 - Alex Ruble '10 (History)

Past Paideia Conference programs…

2014  |  2013  |  2012  |  2011  |  2010

For questions or more information, please contact Dr. Michael Mulryan at michael.mulryan@cnu.edu or Dr. Margarita Marinova at margarita.marinova@cnu.edu