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Spring 2021 - Academic Research Workshops & Events

Spring 2021 - Academic Research Workshops & Events

Date, Time

Title 

Description, Certificate(s), Audience, Coordinator(s)

Registration or Application

MON., JAN 25

Mentoring & Undergraduate Students Experience (MUSE) - Initial Campus Announcement

The MUSE program is designed to encourage faculty to undertake a critical discussion of best practices in student mentorship through an online, asynchronous, program laid out over the course of six weeks.  View the MUSE flyer for more information. Open to all faculty. CERTIFICATE: MUSE

COORDINATORS: Ryan Keating & Christina Hassija

Applications as directed to Ryan Keating at rkeating@csusb.edu due by March 1

MON., FEB 1

Writing Accountability Groups (WAG) - Applications Open

A writing workshop designed to keep you accountable and writing this spring. Want someone in your corner? Dr. Patchen will be there to help you advance your writing goals.  Four wonderful meetings on Fridays from 9:30-10:30 am on February 19, March 19, April 16, & May 7. View the POWWA flyer for logistics and registration information. POWWA works! Open to all faculty.  CERTIFICATE: WAG 2021

COORDINATOR: Terri Patchen

Apply now; there are only 8 spots and they fill quickly.

Email application as directed to tpatchen@fullerton.edu
by February 16

MON., FEB 1

11 am - 12 pm

Tips for Managing your Grant
-
Workshop

Managing your award is the final and longest phase of the Grant Lifecycle. This presentation will share some key tips to assist PIs in managing their award. Open to all faculty. CERTIFICATE: Sponsored Research II

COORDINATOR: Diane Trujillo & Team

Completed 

WED., FEB 3

6-7 pm

IRB Basics for Students - Workshop

Learning and understanding the importance of protection of human participants is critical when conducting human participant research directed toward students. Open to students and faculty.

COORDINATOR: King Yeung

 Recording

TUE., FEB 16 

 11:59 pm

WAG - Application Due Date 

Email application as directed to tpatchen@fullerton.edu.

N/A

FRI., FEB 19

9:30-10:30 am

WAG - Initial Meeting 

A writing workshop designed to keep you accountable and writing this spring.

Zoom Registration will be provided to WAG participants when enrolled.

TUE.,  FEB 23   

10:00- 11:00 am

Writing a White Paper - Workshop 

Having solid actionable goals and aims is essential for writing a successful research proposal.  This workshop will cover how to distill your research agenda into a one-page document that can be used to design a grant proposal and be shared with program officers and possible research collaborators. Open to all faculty. CERTIFICATES: Scholarly Writing & Sponsored Research II

COORDINATOR: Cynthia Crawford

Completed

MON., MARCH 1

10-11 am

Breaking the Barriers of IRB Application - Workshop

Understanding the common mistakes made during an IRB application process. Open to all faculty.  CERTIFICATE: Teacher-Scholar II

COORDINATOR: Nicole Dabbs 

  Recording 

MON., MARCH  1

11:59 pm

MUSE - Application Due Date  Email applications as directed to rkeating@csusb.edu. N/A

TUE., MARCH 2

10-11 am

Teacher Research: How to Make Classroom Inquiry More Systematic and Who Can Fund It. - Workshop                    

Participants of this workshop will learn about the basics of teacher research, including both practical strategies for designing and conducting teacher research, potential opportunities for funding such research and have the opportunity to design a study from their classroom experiences. Opportunities for collaboration across disciplines will be central to this workshop. Open to all faculty.
CERTIFICATE: Teacher-Scholar II

COORDINATOR: Tom Girshin

   Completed

WED., MARCH 10

10-11 am

Writing a White PaperWorkshop   

See the description on Feb 23.

COORDINATOR: Cynthia Crawford

  Completed

TUE., MARCH 16

10-11 am

Writing an Approach or Methods Section - Workshop                

The approach or method section is the heart of most proposals because it describes the work to be done and details the tasks for performing that work. This workshop will cover the do and don’t for this important proposal section. CERTIFICATES: Teacher-Scholar II & Scholarly Writing

COORDINATOR: Cynthia Crawford

  Completed

FRI, MARCH 19

9:30-10:30 am

Tips for Scholarly Publishing and monthly WAG meeting - Workshop.

Strategic insights for manuscript development and journal article publication.
CERTIFICATE: Scholarly Writing

COORDINATOR: Terri Patchen

  Completed

FRI., MARCH 19

11 am -12 pm

Writing an Approach or Methods Section - Workshop                  See the description on March 16.   Completed

FRI., MAY 7

9:30 - 10:30 am

Monthly WAG meeting  Last meeting for WAG Spring 2021. N/A
FRI., MAY 14 Last day of classes. N/A N/A

4th Annual Academic Research Week

MONDAY, APRIL 12 - FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Detail Events Listing

CSUSB THIRD ANNUAL RESEARCH WEEK

Date, Time

Title 

Description, Certificate(s), Audience, Coordinator(s)

Registration or Application

MON., APRIL 12

12-1:30 pm

RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Faculty/Staff Book Launch    

The Office of Graduate Studies cordially invites you to the bi-annual Faculty & Staff Book Launch, to be held on April 12th, 2021. This event seeks to honor the texts put forth by the faculty and staff of our academic colleges.

COORDINATOR: Caroline Vickers 

  Completed

TUE., APRIL 13

4-5 pm

 

RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Recognition of Principal Investigators

The Principal Investigator’s Reception is held to honor faculty who have been engaged in extramural grant activities.

COORDINATOR: Dorota Huizinga

Completed

WED., APRIL 14

2-4 pm

RESEARCH WEEK EVENT:   MMUF Keynote Speaker     COORDINATOR: Ryan Keating  Completed

THU., APRIL 15

11 am - 5:30 pm 

RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: 10th Annual Meeting of The Minds - Student Research Symposium

The annual “Meeting of the Minds” showcases the research and creative activities of CSUSB graduate and undergraduate students.

COORDINATORS: Ryan Keating & Danielle White

Learn More

FRI., APRIL 16

9:30 - 10:30 AM 

Reckoning with a Revise and Resubmit & monthly WAG meeting - Workshop

Responding strategically to enhance your chances of publication. Open to all faculty.
CERTIFICATE: Scholarly Writing

COORDINATOR: Terri Patchen

Zoom Registration Apr 16a

FRI., APRIL 16

12-1 pm 

RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Recognition of Faculty Mentors and Student Researchers  

The luncheon is held to honor the faculty who mentor students in their research and recognize the students for their achievements in research and creative activities.

COORDINATORS: Ryan Keating & Danielle White

Webinar Registration Apr 16b

 

FALL 2020 - Academic Research Certificates & Workshops

 ASPIRE logo  Certificate Series

Certificate programs are open and free to all CSUSB faculty and graduate students.

To earn a certificate in Sponsored Research (series I) the participants must complete at least four (4) workshops. To earn a certificate in Teacher-Scholar (series II), Mentoring Students in Research (series III), Research Compliance (series IV), and Diversity and Inclusion in Research (series V), the participants must complete at least three (3) workshops in this category.

Series I: Sponsored Research 

Workshops: 1. Funding Opportunities, 2. Drafting Proposal Goals and White Paper, 3. Proposal Preparation and Submission, 4. Drafting Proposal Budget, 5. Tips for Managing your Grant, 6. Grant Life Cycle  7. Intramural Grants to Support Faculty and Student Research.

SERIES I:  SPONSORED RESEARCH

 Title

Description

 Date

 Time

Registration

Funding Opportunities

Using online resources to find funding opportunities for research.                     

By: C. Crawford and P. Tagle 

Sept. 10

Sept. 23

10:00-11:00 AM

2:00-3:00 PM

Recording (Fund) 

Passcode:  VX1!4.kc

Recording (Fund2) 

Proposal Goals and White Paper

Formulating research goals and synthesizing ideas for program officers.               

By: C. Crawford and P. Tagle

Oct. 8

Oct. 16

10:00-11:00 AM

9:30 - 10:30 AM

Completed

Recording (Prop)

Passcode: B93xbBC=

Proposal Preparation and Submission

Learn the processes involved in submitting a proposal to an external funding agency.

By:  C. Lucas and P. Tagle 

Oct. 14

Nov. 10

2:00-3:00 PM

10:00-11:00 AM

Recordin (Propb)

Passcode: 662*=gym

Completed

Drafting Proposal Budget

Demystifying the proposal budget: developing a proposal budget that is responsive to a funding opportunity/request for proposals.                       

By: C. Lucas and P. Tagle

Oct. 15

Nov. 13

10:00-11:00 AM

9:30 - 10:30 AM

Completed

Completed

Tips for Managing your Grant

This webinar will provide PIs with tips for managing their grants. 

By:  Y. Meyer, W. Wahba, J. Wessel, and D. Trujillo

Nov. 9

Nov. 12

10:00-10:45 AM

10:00-10:45 AM

Recording (Tips) 

Passcode: Acq%9**F

Completed

Grant Life Cycle 

Understanding the grant life cycle: from proposal submission to award close-out. 

By: P. Tagle and D. Trujillo

Oct. 13

Oct. 21

10:00- 11:00 AM 

3:00- 4:00 PM

Recording (Grant)

Passcode: T19VC!B3

Recording (Grant-b) 

Passcode: 6D#@%Az2

Intramural Grants 

Intramural grants offered by ORD and OSR to support students and faculty research.

By:  C. Crawford and R. Keating

Sept. 14

Oct. 12

10:00 - 11:00 AM

10:00- 10:30 AM

Completed

Completed

Series II:  Teacher Scholar 

Workshops: 1. Balancing Teaching and Research, 2. Research Integrity, 3. Intramural Grants, 4. Tips for Publishing Journal Articles. 

SERIES II:  TEACHER-SCHOLAR

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Balancing Teaching and Research

Understanding time management strategies for successful advancement of research agenda, dedicated time for research.

By:  T. Patchen, CSF, and C. Crawford

Sept. 10

Sept. 24

2:00 - 2:45 PM

10:00- 10:45 AM

Completed

Completed

Research Integrity

Overview of important concepts in scientific research ethics and rigor. 

By:  C. Crawford

Nov. 4

Nov. 19

1:00 -  1:30 PM

1:00 -  1:30 PM 

Completed

Completed

Intramural Grants

Intramural grants offered by ORD and OSR to support student and faculty research. 

By:  C. Crawford and R. Keating 

Sept. 14

Oct. 12

10:00-11:00 AM

10:00- 10:30 AM

Completed

Completed

Tips for Publishing Journal Articles 

Tips on successful publishing of scholarly work. 

By:  T. Patchen, CSF and C. Crawford

Oct. 7

Oct. 22

2:00 - 2:45 PM

10:00-10:45 AM

Completed

Completed

Series III: Mentoring Students in Research 

Workshops: 1. Thesis Supervision, 2. Research Collaboration with Students, 3. Funding Opportunities for Students, 4. Diversity and Inclusion in Mentoring Students in Research.

SERIES III:  MENTORING STUDENTS IN RESEARCH 

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Thesis Supervision

 

Guidelines for supervising theses.

By:  C. Vickers

Sept. 16

Sept. 17

10:00-10:45 AM

10:00-10:45 AM

Recording (Thesis)

Research Collaboration with Students 

Developing research collaboration and formalizing agreements between authors/co-authors

By:  C. Vickers and R. Keating

Oct. 5

 

Oct. 20

10:00-10:45 AM

 

10:00-10:45 AM

Completed

 

Completed

Funding Opportunities for Students

Identifying external funding opportunities for students.  

By:  R. Keating 

Sept. 15

10:00-10:45 AM

Completed

Diversity and Inclusion in Mentoring Students in Research. 

How do we understand and adapt to a

variety of student needs?

By:  R. Keating and K. Young

Nov. 17

Nov. 23

10:00-10:30 AM

10:00-10:30 AM

Completed

Completed

Series IV:  Research Compliance 

Workshops: 1. IRB Basics, 2. Research Integrity, 3. IRB, IACUC, IBC, RSC & Export Controls, 4. Grant Life Cycle. 

SERIES IV:  RESEARCH COMPLIANCE

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

IRB Basics

Learning the basics of IRB

By:  N. Dabbs

Sept. 21

Sept. 29

10:00- 10:45 AM

2:00 - 2:45 PM

Recording (IRB) 

Recording (IRB-2) 

Research Integrity

Overview of important concepts in scientific research ethics and rigor. 

By:  C. Crawford

  Nov. 4

 Nov. 19

1:00 - 1:30 PM

1:00 - 1:30 PM 

Completed

Completed

IRB, IACUC, IBC, RSC and Export Controls

A Brief discussion of the IRB, IACUC, IBC, RSC process and an introduction to export control. 

By:  M Gillespie 

Sept. 15

Sept. 17

11:00 - 12:00 NOON

11:00 -12:00 NOON

Completed

Completed

Grants Life Cycle

 

Understanding the grant life cycle: from proposal submission to award close-out. 

By:  P. Tagle and D. Trujillo

 Oct. 13

Oct. 21

10:00- 11:00 AM

3:00-4:00 PM

Recording (Grants) 

Passcode: T19VC!B3

Recording (Grants2)

Passcode: 6D#@%Az2

Series V:  Diversity and Inclusion in Research

Workshops:  1. Holistic Review in Graduate Admissions, 2. Diversity and Inclusion in Mentoring Students in Research. 3. Cultural Awareness in Research, 4. Diversity in Team Science.

SERIES V:  DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN RESEARCH 

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Holistic Review in Graduate Admissions

Understanding the principles of holistic review in graduate admissions

By:  C. Vickers

Oct. 21

Oct. 22

10:00 - 10:45 AM

9:00 - 10:00 AM

Completed

Completed

Diversity and Inclusion in Mentoring Students in Research

How do we understand and adapt to a variety of student needs?

By:  R. Keating and K. Young

Nov. 17

Nov. 23

10:00- 10:45 AM

10:00- 10:45 AM  

Completed

Completed

Managing Academic Imposter Syndrome

Strategies for Supporting Colleagues and Students

by: Paz Oliverez

Nov. 5

Nov. 10

10:00- 11:00 AM

  2:00- 3:00 PM

Completed

Completed