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Student Research Workshops

Smith Institute has developed a calendar of workshops focused on refreshing students on applied research topics. Taking place Thursdays at 11 am, the workshops will prove to support faculty-mentored student research.

Smith Institute for Applied Research Presents: 2014-2015 STAR Grants Program

Student Researcher Refresher Workshop Series: Fall 2014 Schedule

Date Time Location Title
10/30 11:00a-12:00p Crutchfield conference Rm 2nd Floor Understanding Different Research Practices: During this presentation, students will discuss various practices most commonly used in basic and applied research today. Students will have opportunities to ask questions and discuss the importance of choosing an appropriate and effective means to implementing their own research.
11/6 11:00a-12:00p BRICK Lab, Basement of Biddle Hall Research Methods-“The Basics”: Student researchers will discuss the importance of preliminary research methods such as literature reviews, sample selection, and choosing an appropriate data collection method. Students will also discuss current areas of interest in applied research and how to develop these ideas into potential projects.
11/13 11:00a-12:00p BRICK Lab,Basement of Biddle Hall Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI): This workshop will feature an instructional demonstration on registering and completing the university’s CITI training for applied research. Students will also engage in an informative Q&A session as to clarify ethical roles and responsibilities when involved in research at JCSU. 
11/20 11:00a-12:00p McCrorey Hall 206 IRB Presentation: In this presentation the IRB Coordinator, Dr. Sunil Gupta, will discuss proper procedures for students submitting to the IRB, which CITI training segments needs to be completed, tips for completing and IRB application, and determining when students need IRB training.

**All workshops are open to all JCSU students. Dates/times subject to change.**

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