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Register to Vote

Need a ride to vote in NC? Sign-up for a ride!

This year’s election is important and if you have not registered to vote in NC, you can register and vote if you vote early.

If you are not yet registered in NC- VOTE EARLY (by 11/05)! You may register and vote at any early voting location. Here’s how to vote in your state! (more…)

Q&A With Our Student Research Manager

In 2014 Tiffany Taylor was charged with furthering the prominence of student applied research experiences. Smith Institute’s Research Communications and Special Projects Manager sat down with her for a half-hour to discuss her aspirations for supporting student’s love of research on JCSU’s campus. (more…)

Student Research Training Workshops Fall 2015


We are moving along into this new school year,  and The Smith Institute will be continuing its offerings in student research training opportunities! (more…)

Collecting & Managing Your Data

Update 03-03-15: This session has been rescheduled to March 5, 2015. This student workshop session will include helpful insight and instruction from Dr. David Luciano, who will discuss strategies in data collection and management. Students will also engage in conversation surrounding additional tools on campus to aid in the analysis and reporting of their project data. (more…)

Reflections of a Future Physical Assistant

The Johnson C. Smith University HealthPlex was opened in 2012 to encourage healthier lifestyles at JCSU and in the North West Corridor, providing fitness equipment, fitness programs and applied health research. Of the 1742 registered participants, 594 were community members of the North West Corridor that now have free access to the HealthPlex’ facility and its programs. (more…)

Fall 2014- Faculty Research Lunch & Learn

Faculty members will discuss and learn about strategies to building a culture of undergraduate research through Smith Institute for Applied Research’s Fall workshops. (more…)

Smith Institute Opens Lab, Kicks-off Research Magazine During Symposium