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Community-Based Research Workshop

Thursday, October 23, 2014
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Location: Bingham 103

Do you plan to conduct research during your undergraduate career here at Carolina? Are you interested in investigating a community need through that research? In this interactive workshop, Professor Beth Moracco will lead a discussion about what is involved in doing research with human subjects, the principles and methodologies of community-based and community-based participatory research, and the kinds of research questions for which these methodologies would be appropriate. Come ready to talk about your interests and to brainstorm how to turn them into undergraduate research projects. Cosponsored by the Carolina Center for Public Service. Note: This workshop will count as a skills training for the Buckley Public Service Scholars program.

Undergraduate Research in the Humanities
Thursday, November 6, 2014
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Location: Donovan Lounge (Greenlaw 223)

Are you curious about research in English, History, Art History and other disciplines in the humanities? Do you want to learn more about undergraduate research and the opportunities and resources available for you? Come hear from faculty members, student researchers, and OUR staff about their experiences, advice and guidance. We’ll have lots of time for questions and discussion. Come discover what’s possible for you!

SURF Information Session
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Location: FPG Student Union Room 3408

In this workshop, you will hear from past Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) recipients about how they developed their successful proposals. There will be a short presentation by the Writing Center on how to develop proposals. A representative from the Office of Human Research Ethics will also speak briefly about human subjects research. You will have the opportunity to talk with OUR staff about proposal design, and learn more about the SURF Peer Writing Advisors who can give you valuable feedback on your proposal prior to submission.

Here is a Fall 2014 Events flier.