Triad Teacher Researcher Conference Proposal Deadline
Research Management Best Practices
Thursday, January 26 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in SOE 301
Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students
Research management is the process of effectively managing your data (of all kinds) before, during, and after a project. This ensures that your research is secure, facilitates data analysis and dissemination of findings, promotes the reuse of your data by other researchers, and assures compliance with federal guidelines. No matter what kind of research you do, effective management of your research and data are key to your success.
Come to this workshop to learn the best practices of research management. We will discuss why it matters and share ideas. This presentation will take a holistic approach to “data” to include all forms ofresearch input. All types of researchers are welcome! Pizza lunch will be served.
Presenter: Lynda Kellam, Data Services Librarian, The University Libraries. For more information: http://uncg.libguides.com/rdm.
Chinese New Year Celebration
SOE International Social
Faculty First Awards are due on Feb. 28. There will be two workshops on Applying for Faculty First Awards (12/5, 2:00-3:00 pm, and 12/6, 9:00-10:00 am). Register for the workshops at http://workshops.uncg.edu under Office of Research workshops.
Follow this link for an updated list of workshops related to research. It includes several new workshops (see below) For registration and more information, see the document.
- Connecting To and Documenting Community-Engaged Scholarship at UNCG
Additional session added in the spring on 4/5/2016, 12:00-1:00 pm
UNCG has been awarded $999,943 grant from the NSF. The National Science Foundation will support a collaborative effort proposed by faculty and staff within UNCG’s College of Arts and Science, School of Education and University Teaching and Learning Commons.
The project STAMPS: Science, Technology and Math Preparation Scholarships is serving the national interest by supporting academically talented and financially needy students, including minority, women and first generation college students, in their efforts to complete their college degrees in the STEM disciplines (Natural, Physical, Earth and Computer Sciences). The project is providing financial, academic, mentoring and advising support to talented students in the STEM disciplines to increase their retention rates and better prepare students for science and technology-based careers or for advance study in professional (e.g., medical, dental, pharmacy, graduate) schools. By doing so, the project is increasing the pool of talented individuals for highly skilled jobs or careers in science and technology. The project is also developing best practices on how to support students for a skilled workforce which will be shared with other universities. Project personnel:
PI: Stanley Faeth – Dept of Biology and CAS Associate Dean
CoPIs: Ayesha Boyce – Educational Research Methodology, SOE
Jeffry Patton – Dept of Geography, CAS
Lee Phillips – Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office, UTLC
Lynn Sametz, Research and Instruction in STEM Education, CAS