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Congratulations to all of our undergraduate students who participated in the 2020 Student Research Poster Competition! Watch, below to see who won in each category!
College Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors are encouraged to apply for the American Heart Association EmPOWERED to Serve Scholars Program by January 20, 2020. The program is geared towards college students who are actively addressing social determinants of health such as food insecurity, safe housing, job opportunities and access to health care. (more…)
Applications are due February 1, 2020 for the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Presented by Davidson University, UNC Charlotte, and Johnson C. Smith University, the Beatties Ford Road experience provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to conduct community-engaged research in Charlotte from June 14 to August 8, 2020. The REU is aimed at addressing inequalities in food, housing, and health through a grant provided by the National Science Foundation. (more…)
Students at Johnson C. Smith University used data analysis to investigate, develop, and market a template for an e-portfolio to be used in their careers post-graduation. The tool would be used to accumulate accomplishments, credentials, and successes by all JCSU students across majors during the entirety of their college career and beyond.
In March, 2016 thirteen undergraduate students applied to become part of the Innovo Pitch Competition in the hopes of winning top prize of $2500. After coaching, and refining their pitches, five contestants made the final round. Through the process of receiving feedback from judges and fellow pitch contestants, some of those contestants told us about their experience. Here’s what they had to say. (more…)
Welcome back to campus!
The energy on campus is definitely buzzing. You’re getting your books, registering for classes, and are ready for the new school year to start. Be sure to use this time to re-focus your energy on being well, doing well, and staying connected to those on and off campus that will help you reach those goals of success.
We believe in the great things you will do in this world.
All the best this semester!
As part of Workshop Wednesdays, on November 2nd from 3-4pm in the James B. Duke Memorial Library, room 213, this workshop will provide a definition of three major types of plagiarism from innocent to intentional and discuss the faculty role in minimizing plagiarism. Earlier that day, Welcome to the CITI training will be offered in the morning. (more…)