Upcoming Research Events

First Experiences in Research Information Sessions

SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
12–1 PM

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
12–1 PM

SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
12–1 PM

SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
5–6 PM

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017
12–1 PM

SEPTEMBER 22, 2017
12–1 PM

Information sessions for undergraduates interested in participating in First Experiences in Research (FE-R) in spring 2018. Learn more about the FE-R program here.

Location: O'Hara Student Center, Dining Room (First Floor)

 

OUR Field Studies Workshop

OCTOBER 3, 2017                        
5–7 PM Register Here

OCTOBER 4, 2017         
5–7 PM Register Here

This workshop supports undergraduates considering the OUR’s New York City Field Studies, London Field Studies or another scholarly travel pursuit.  Hear from former field studies participants while shaping your own application to field research program. Join us at one of our two upcoming workshops.

Location: Hillman Library, Amy Knapp Room

Registration: Registration will be available in the fall term

 

Archival Scholars Research Award (ASRA) Open House

OCTOBER 10, 2017   
11 AM–1 PM

OCTOBER 11, 2017             
4–6 PM

All undergraduates are welcome to view special collections and explore University archives at this open house in the Hillman Library. Archivists, librarian specialists, and OUR staff will be present to help students explore the possibility of developing their own research project using archival and primary-source material. Information on the Archival Scholars Research Award will be presented. (Learn more about the ASRA application and deadline.) 

Location: Hillman Library, Thornburg Room

Registration: No registration

 

The Craft of Undergraduate Research Proposals

Presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR), the University Library System, and faculty members in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

OCTOBER 17, 2017                       
5–7 PM Register Here

OCTOBER 18, 2017               
5–7PM Register Here

This workshop is designed to teach undergraduates the steps in crafting effective independent research proposals for award and funding opportunities within the Office of Undergraduate Research or elsewhere in the University. Participants will learn techniques to strengthen proposals and discuss best practices with faculty experts. Students should attend who are in the early stages of writing a proposal for one or more specific opportunities. Participants are required to bring a proposal draft to this workshop.

Location: Hillman Library, Amy Knapp Room

Registration: Registration will be available in the fall term