Faculty members will discuss and learn about strategies to building a culture of undergraduate research through Smith Institute for Applied Research’s Fall workshops.
|10/28||12:30-1:30||BRICK Lab, basement of Biddle||Introduction to Applied Research: This roundtable will feature a discussion of what applied research is and how it works in different disciplines. It will also provide time to brainstorm applied research ideas to address the concerns of the Northwest Corridor and ideas for cross-disciplinary research for undergraduates.|
|11/4||12:30-1:30||BRICK Lab, basement of Biddle||Action-research models and methods: This roundtable will feature a faculty-led discussion about action-research and applied research models and methods. There will be time for best practice sharing regarding integrating research into the undergraduate curriculum, aligning research with course outcomes, and balancing your teaching load with your research interests.|
|11/11||12:30-1:30||BRICK Lab, basement of Biddle||Involving Students in Undergraduate Research: This roundtable will feature a discussion of the strategies to support, mentor, supervise, and motivate undergraduate student researchers. We will identify the roles and responsibilities of the faculty/staff and the students and share best practices.|
|11/18||12:30-1:30||F.I.T.S. Lab, Duke Library||IRB Presentation: In this presentation the IRB Coordinator, Dr. Sunil Gupta, will address any questions about who needs IRB, which CITI training segments needs to be completed, tips for completing and IRB application, and determining when students need IRB training.|