Want to engage in undergraduate research but don’t know where to start?
CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO GET STARTED:
The Getting Started Workshop Series includes three informative and interactive workshops designed to provide comprehensive research training and instruction. Workshops include: Getting Started in UR, Researching a Mentor and Developing an Undergraduate Research Project, and Working the Problem: Research Skills
Getting Started in Undergraduate Research Workshop
This interactive workshop provides a comprehensive overview of the entire undergraduate research process at USF. Students will learn about the types of research opportunities available, how to network with potential mentors, and how to get credit for research experiences. Students who attend the Getting Started workshop are added to the Undergraduate Research Interest Group Canvas organization, which contains a listing of current research opportunities.
A Note About Position Announcements on Canvas: Announcements posted on the Canvas organization represent an additional resource for students seeking a research position. The list is NOT comprehensive and therefore should not be used as the only or primary source for current opportunities. The OUR recommends that students seeking positions engage with their professors and other department personnel for information regarding available opportunities.
|Getting Started in Undergraduate Research Workshops
NOTE: Walk in seating is available for workshops that are FULL.
Contact the OUR for more information.
|Thurs. April 24||1:00-2:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Thurs. May 15||12:00-1:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Wed. June 18||1:00-2:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Tues. July 22||12:00-1:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Thurs. Aug. 14||2:00-3:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Thurs. Aug. 21||1:00-2:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Fall Dates TBA Soon!|
Researching a Mentor and Developing an UR Project
After attending a Getting Started in Undergraduate Research workshop students should attend the workshop Researching a Mentor and Developing an Undergraduate Research Project. In this interactive workshop students will learn about the importance of mentoring, how to determine the type of mentor that is right for you, how to research a USF faculty member, and how to develop research topics.
- The importance of mentoring
- How to determine the type of mentoring you need
- How to research a USF faculty member
- Learn how to find research topics
- Learn how to develop a proposal/prospectus
- Identify helpful USF resources
|Researching a Mentor and Developing a Research Project Workshop|
|Tues. Sept. 9||1:00-2:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Tues. Sept. 16||12:30-1:30 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Fri. Sept. 26||12:00-1:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Tues. Sept. 30||2:00-3:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Mon. Oct. 6||2:00-3:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Wed. Nov. 19||2:00-3:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
Working the Problem: Research Skills Workshop
This interactive workshop will introduce students to foundational research problem-solving skills necessary across all disciplines.
- Learn how to identify a research question and develop a research problem statement
- Learn six critical research skills (competencies) relevant to all disciplines
- Learn how to evaluate scholarly arguments
- Learn about research design
Wed. Dec. 312:30-1:30 pmLIB 210Registration Opens Soon
|Working the Problem: Research Skills Workshop|
|Wed. Sept. 24||12:30-1:30 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|
|Mon. Oct. 13||3:00-4:00 pm||LIB 210||Registration Opens Soon|