The mission of the Office of Student Research is to facilitate the engagement of students in scholarly andcreativeactivities related to their disciplines by providing resources that support both student scholars and faculty mentors.
Student research and creative activities are defined here as student engagement in original research, scholarly activity, and/or creative activity, mentored by a faculty member, with the goal of publication, presentation, performance, or exhibition of the results or products.
The purpose of this website is to provide a centralized location for all research and creative activities taking place on campus.
Additional $10,000 Funding Received from IRP (new!)
The Office of Graduate Studies and the Office of Student Research are excited to announce the additional funding received from Instructional Related Programs board (IRP). The extra $10,000.00 will be used for graduate students’ professional development, specifically to present their research at conferences. Students may request funding for transportation, lodging and conference registration fee. Students interested must fill out the application and submit it by the deadline for consideration.
Volunteer Opportunities Overseas (new!)
International Student Volunteers (ISV) is looking for graduate students to serve as University Leaders on ISV’s May to September 2015 Volunteer Programs in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and South Africa. ISV’s Four-Week Program consists of two weeks of volunteering overseas on a hands-on conservation or community development project followed by a two-week educational exploration of the cultural and natural highlights of the host country.
Graduate students will co-lead a group of 8-12 students alongside a trained ISV Project Leader on the volunteer projects. Projects focus on making a positive impact on underserved communities and the environment.
University Leader Expenses Covered by ISV
The Office of Student Research Announces a Peer Statistics Specialist
Many students find statistics to be extremely challenging and demanding. Gerard E. Dallal’s article Is Statistics Hard illustrates why. In his article Dallal mentions that students struggle in statistics because they find the wording to be backwards, the methods to be convoluted, because they get confused with the idea that saying something failed to find an effect is different from showing there is no effect at all. The Office of Student Research has hired a Peer Statistics Specialist to assists students with questions about SPSS, data analysis, survey design and administration. For more information, please see Peer Statistics Specialist.
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