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Workshops

Please find the list of scheduled workshops for this term below. New workshops may be added so please check back regularly. 

Winter 2020 Workshops

Workshop Title Description Offered
CSUSB Student Research Competition Information Session

This information session will be held to provide students with information on what to expect during the CSUSB competition and if they are selected to serve as delegates at the CSU Competition. Light refreshments will be served. 

January 10th

3:00 pm

CE 354

Evaluating Resources

This presentation will introduce the importance of evaluating resources when conducting research. Tools to use will be outlined and library resources will be distinguished.

January 21st 

2:00 pm

CE 213

Grant Proposal Writing Workshop Nervous about applying for research grants? Not sure how to begin a proposal for funding? This workshop is for you; it will walk you through the steps to creating a good proposal. It's as easy as ABC. Find out the ABCs of crafting an award-winning proposal, and get your proposal reviewed for completeness or get a proposal started. 

February 11th

5:00 pm

CE 354

 

February 13th

2:00 pm

CE 354

 

RSVP to osr@csusb.edu

Introduction to Ph.D. Programs

The Introduction to Ph.D. programs will provide an overview of how to best prepare for Ph.D. programs. Specifically, we will cover what makes applicants competitive, researching programs, contacting potential mentors, and preparing application materials (i.e., writing your statement of purpose and asking for letters of recommendation).

February 18th

2:00 pm

CE 213

RSVP to osr@csusb.edu

Preparing a Poster and Oral Presentation

The Oral and Poster Presentation Workshop is designed to give students a comprehensive tutorial on how best to present their scholarly research at an academic conference. The workshop is comprised of a presentation that details how to format your presentation to best accommodate an oral or poster conference session. Students are also encouraged to collaborate with students within the workshop who have previously presented at academic conferences to gain insight on helpful tips, advice, and resources to better prepare for the experience.

April 14th

2:00 pm

CE 213

RSVP to osr@csusb.edu

Research Ethics & Integrity 

This session aims to train students in meeting university and federal requirements when using human subjects in research. It will provide an overview of the Protection of Human Subjects in Research to include the history, its scope, and institutional responsibility to ensure compliance with the federal regulation.

May 13th 

2:00 pm

CE 213

RSVP to osr@csusb.edu

Request a Speaker

The OSR staff are available for classroom presentations, workshops, and student club presentations. We offer a variety of topics, including steps to getting involved in research, finding a faculty mentor, introduction to a Ph.D. program, and more. REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE and must be during regular office hours (Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm). We will make every attempt to accommodate your request.

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