Centers of Study
Wednesday, April 10th, join us in Carnegie Hall/McNair Hub from 9am-12pm to vote on which student should win top prize in the Student Research Poster Presentation. (more…)
Get a preview of research that will be showcased during CUR Undergraduate Research Week with the program booklet. (more…)
Join in on the fun during 2019 Undergraduate Research Week! Undergraduate AND graduate students at JCSU with completed research projects (actual poster not required at time of application) are invited to compete in the Student Research Poster Competition April 10th for a chance to win up to $1000 in prize money! Apply here by Friday, March 29th.
Johnson C. Smith University’s Smith Institute for Applied Research and the Ronald E. McNair scholars program have teamed-up to provide undergraduate students and faculty with a fun 2019 CUR Undergraduate Research Week Celebration, April 8th-12th. The week will feature a student research poster competition with cash prizes, a faculty research symposium, a student research resource mash-up that will include demos of the James B. Duke Memorial Library Makerspace, and a research speed mixer and awards ceremony in the STEM Innovation Center.
Smith Institute for Applied Research at Johnson C. Smith University announces the Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) Fellowship Q&A webinar.
Charlotte, N.C.- NASA leadership, historically black colleges and universities, and other minority serving institutions visited gathered in Charlotte for NASA’s MSI/HBCU Engagement Forum. The forum, which was hosted by Johnson C. Smith University’s Government Sponsored Programs provided an opportunity for NASA employees and contractors, and university leadership and educators to address NASA’s mission to engage with post-secondary institutions around government contracts, SBIR/STTR funding, and understanding needs and capabilities. (more…)
February 10th, industry leaders, governmental agencies, and university representatives gathered in Austin, Texas for the Association of Technology Transfer University Managers (AUTM) 2019 Annual Meeting. It was clear that the leadership of AUTM were intentional about including individuals in the tech transfer space that were successful who also happened to be people of color and women.