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 Spring 2022 - Academic Research Workshops & Events

Spring 2022 Academic Research Workshops/Events

Date/Time    Workshop/Activity Title Description, Certificate(s), Audience, & Coordinators Registration or Application

MON. FEB., 7

10:30 - 11:30 AM 

Breaking Barriers of IRB Application

Breaking barriers or IRB application Workshop.

By:  Dr. N. Dabbs

Registration

TUE. FEB., 8

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Intramural Grants

Overview of internal funding on campus.

By:  Drs. C. Crawford & R. Keating

Registration

 

THUR. FEB., 10

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Proposal Goals and White Paper

Formulating research goals and synthesizing ideas for program officers.

By: Dr. C. Crawford

Registration

 

WED. FEB. 11

12:00 AM DEADLINE

Interdisciplinary Tenured to Pre-tenured Faculty Mentoring Program

The overarching goal of the Research Linx program is to support faculty - both mentees and mentors - in their academic, professional, and personal growth.

By: Dr. R. Keating

Call for mentors Research linx

 

WED. FEB 16

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Productive Online Writing with Accountability (POWWA) Orientation Meeting

POWWA will help you: Align your writing with your publishing aims. Be accountable to your writing objectives. Advance your writing in productive, no-judgement space with someone who has successfully supported faculty across all disciplines, at all levels.

By: Dr. T. Patchen

POWWA Series

THUR. FEB., 17

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Proposal Preparation, Budget, and Submission

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

By:  C. Lucas & P. Tagle

Registration  

WED. FEB., 23

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Tips for Managing your Award

 

Managing your award is the final and longest phase of the Grant Lifecycle. Tips to assist PI's in managing their award.

By: Yolanda Meyer, Walid Wahba, Julie Wessel, Diane Trujillo

Registration

TUE. MARCH 1

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Research Collaboration and Publishing with Students

 

This workshop will focus on developing research collaboration and formalizing agreements between authors/co-authors.

By: Drs. C. Vickers and R. Keating

Registration

THUR. MARCH 4

TBD

Introduction of Evaluation Techniques

Introduction to grant techniques. 

By: Dr. C. Crawford

TBD

WED. MARCH 16

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Tips for Scholarly Publishing

This workshop will focus on tips to develop your manuscript for publication.  Whether you're worried about publishing, curious about how to make the most of what you have, or want to set yourself up for success, this workshop is for you!

By: Dr. T. Pachen

Registration

WED. APRIL 13

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Reckoning with a Revise and Resubmit Workshop

This workshop focuses on tips for dealing with revise and resubmit (R&R) decisions on journal manuscripts.

By: Dr. T. Pachen

Registration

5th Annual Academic Research Week

MONDAY, APRIL 11 - FRIDAY, APRIL 15

Detail Events Listing

CSUSB FIFTH ANNUAL RESEARCH WEEK 2022

Date, Time

Title 

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

Registration or Application

TUE., APRIL 12

 

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

TBD

WED., APRIL 13

 

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

THU., APRIL 14

All Day

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 

 

FRI., APRIL 15

 

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

 

 

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.

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