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Student Research Workshops Spring 2015

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.

Johnson C. Smith University

Smith Institute for Applied Research
Presents:

 2014-2015 STAR Grants Program

Student Researcher Workshop Series

Spring 2015 Schedule

Date

Time

Location

Title

1/29

11:00a-12:00p

BRICK Resource Lab, Biddle
Hall

CITI Training Orientation:  As a continuation to our Fall 2014 session, students will be provided with information concerning the completion of all CITI training in compliance with JCSU’s Institutional Review Board.  During this session, students will also be given information regarding use of the MACMAS lab to complete any remaining training modules prior to working on any upcoming research projects.

2/12

11:00a-12:00p

James B. Duke Library

Rm. 213

Using Your Resources:  This session will focus on providing students with “how-to” instructions for utilizing library databases for conducting research on campus. Library representative Ms. Geneen Clinkscales will be present to answer questions concerning the use of JCSU’s library materials as references for their projects.

3/5

11:00a-12:00p

MACMAS Lab RM. TC114

Collecting & Managing Your Data-Pt.1: Research Associate Tiffany Taylor will begin helpful instruction on important steps in research methodology.  Students will also engage in conversation surrounding additional tools on campus to aid in the analysis and reporting of their project data.

3/12

11:00-12:00p

MACMAS Lab

RM. TC114

Showcasing Your Work-Pt. 1-Poster Presentations: This workshop serves to discuss the various options to research presentation.  Students will be informed of multiple avenues to take in determining the best way to showcase and share their work.  Additionally, students will discuss networking opportunities and the appropriate ways to gain academic currency in applied research.

3/19

11:00a-12:00p

MACMAS Lab

RM. TC114

Collecting & Managing Your Data-Pt.2: As a follow up to Pt. 1, this session will include helpful insight and instruction from Dr. David Luciano, who will continue the discussion on strategies in data collection and management. Students will receive hands on instruction on utilizing some of the most popular data analytic tools useful in quantitative research.

4/9

11:00a-

12:00p

MACMAS Lab

RM. TC114

Showcasing Your Work-Pt. 2-Oral Presentation:  This workshop continues the discussion on various options to research presentation.  Students will be informed of multiple avenues to take in determining the best way to showcase and share their work.  Additionally, students will be introduced to helpful tips in giving oral presentations, and how to make use of networking opportunities during research/academic conferences.

 4/20 6:00p-8:00  JCSU Rotunda Golden Bull iPad Party. Enjoy an evening of good food, good music, and good people!! Students will get to meet and mingle with the staff of the Smith Institute for Applied Research and get information on the best iPad apps for College students and research. Students will also have a chance to complete surveys addressing important issues regarding student research at JCSU. The event will feature raffle prizes, food, and music by NC’s own DJ Complex!! Monday, April 20 from 6pm-8pm at the JCSU Rotunda.

**Workshops are open to all JCSU students.  Events may be added to this schedule; Dates/times
subject to change.**


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