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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…)
There’s a particular crispness in the air. You hear birds chirping, see new faces, and the something great is in the air!
So you go over to Crutchfield to visit Ms. Tiffany, Ms. Margaret, or Ms. Keisha . . . wait. When did this happen? (more…)
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…)
If you haven’t heard already, we are looking for new talent to join our Student Research Ambassador team! Think you have what it takes? Check out the information below and complete the interest form. Go ahead…you know you want to! (more…)
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…)
The Smith Institute for Applied Research has been on the move this semester in efforts to motivate and engage JCSU students in research activities on and off campus. From special events, meet & greets, and conference visits, our students have been quite busy spreading the word about Undergraduate Research and its important role in student success at JCSU!
Keep reading to see what we’ve been up to… (more…)
In the Spring of 2015, Professor Jaclyn O’Toole applied for the 15th Anniversary Gala year of the White Wave Dance Festival in New York City. The work submitted was entitled Eve, which presents a women’s struggle with dissociative identity disorder. Instead of taking professional dancers, Prof. O’Toole chose to take the JCSU Repertory Dance Company to NYC to perform Eve. To help fund part of this trip, Professors Ebright and O’Toole co-wrote the Smith Institute grant “Evaluating Professional Readiness in Dance”. (more…)
The Smith Institute for Applied Research is continuing its mission to cultivate a comprehensive culture of research at JCSU. See what a few of our students, Korey Smith and Ayanna Perry had to say about the Smith Institute their experience in this sneak peak of our new promo! (more…)