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Mentoring Undergraduate Student Researchers: Best Practices and Lessons Learned with Dr. Dennis Livesay

Join Smith Institute for Applied Research for a presentation¬†and Q&A session with Dr. Dennis Livesay, former Director of UNC Charlotte’s Charlotte Research Scholars program. (more…)

Need an Expert for your Media story?

Johnson C. Smith University has various faculty members that have expertise in topics ranging from parasitology to the impact of the HBCU. The faculty members below have expressed interest in sharing their expertise.


Friday’s Discussion Breakfast Cancellation

The Research Discussion Breakfast for January is cancelled due to inclement weather forecasts. Please visit the schedule to view information on upcoming breakfasts!

Call for Applications – STAR Research Mentoring Group

Would you like to be involved in key discussions and influence decisions about the research culture at JCSU?

Do you want to enhance your CV with research and service activities?

Need an extra $500?


Faculty Research Discussion Breakfasts Spring 2016 Schedule

Friday Mornings at 9:00 am in Faculty House

Please RSVP to attend by clicking on the workshop title below. (more…)

2015-2016 STAR Grant Recipients

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Applied Research (STAR) Grants Program

¬†The purpose of the STAR Grants program for Faculty and Staff is threefold: (more…)

Nominate Today! Faculty Research Mentor Award 2016

Faculty Research Mentor Award

Deadline: February 1, 2016


As Smith Institute for Applied Research strives to enhance the culture of research at JCSU, we introduce the Faculty Research Mentor Award.


Faculty Research Discussion Breakfast

Faculty members, join us for the next faculty research discussion breakfast! (more…)

STAR Grant Update: Parent Involvement & Fatherhood Initiative

Tanya Green, lead researcher for the Parent Involvement and Fatherhood Initiative sent this update on the Smith Institute STAR Grant project.


Should Your Students Showoff Their Work?

The State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS) will be held November 14, 2015 at High Point University.