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What is the Research Rookies Program?

Research Rookies is a program devoted to research skills development. We aim to help you get an edge in building skills that will help you prepare for quality research experiences. Apply here!
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Pitching Your Project: Identifying the Value of Your Ideas

As part of the Student Research Workshop Wednesdays series, “Pitching Your Project”-Identifying the Value of Your Ideas is about selling your research ideas, which is such an important aspect of the research process.  What is the purpose of your project? Who serves to benefit from your ideas? Why should anyone care about this issue?  (more…)

Have a Business Idea?

Applications have closed, and the event was a success! Thanks to our sponsors, contestants, and the Innovo Scholar Society!

You could win up to $2500!! Enter to win and be selected to pitch your business idea at the Innovo Pitch Competition at Johnson C. Smith University where the top prize will be up to $2500 to launch or improve your business!
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Introducing STAR Grants for Student Researchers

Would you like money to conduct research related to a topic you’re interested in? Students interested in conducting research may be eligible for up to $1,000 in grant funding from the Smith Institute for Applied Research. (more…)