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Workshops

Fall Semester 2016:

OUR Proposal Development Workshop

What do you need to do to make your proposed project competitive? Learn how to write and submit a great proposal.  All interested students and faculty are welcome to attend any workshop. 

Workshop

  • TBD

Library Workshop

The Library is not just for Facebook, printing, and coffee! Learn from a Reference Librarian how the library can help you with your research. Refreshments will be served!

  • LIB 209, October 26 from 2:30 - 3:30pm

Institutional Review Board (IRB) 

Every research and creative project involving human participants requires special approval from APSU's Institutional Review Board. Learn why this is important to your research, the process for getting IRB approval, and the dos and don't s of applying. 

Click here to download the IRB Presentation

Spring Semester 2017

OUR Proposal Development Workshop

What do you need to do to make your proposed project competitive? Learn how to write and submit a great proposal.  All interested students and faculty are welcome to attend any workshop. 

Presentation Workshop

Learn how to create visually striking presentations in various formats including PowerPoint, poster, etcRefreshments will be served!


Workshop

  • January 19th 2017, 12pm-1pm MUC 103C

Poster Template

This is a PowerPoint file which has been resized to the 3ft x 4ft dimensions of the Research and Creativity Forum.  You are welcome to edit the sections, colors, text box sizes, etc. to work for your poster.

Need to print your poster?  Click >>HERE

Off-Campus Workshops

Save the Date—AAC&U’s 2017 Summer Institutes

AAC&U’s Summer Institutes—the Institute on General Education and Assessment, the Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success, and the Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work—offer campus teams a time and place for sustained collaboration. The PKAL STEM Leadership Institute is designed for early- and mid-career STEM faculty members.

Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success 
June 24–27, 2017
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts

The Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success is designed to help campuses and systems make institution-wide changes that benefit all students. It is ideal for institutions at various stages of work, and it addresses ambitious goals for improving both completion rates and the quality of student learning. Participant teams work on removing barriers to student success and devising integrative learning-centered plans—making intentional and evidence-based use of the LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes and high-impact practices (HIPs).

Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work 
July 11–14, 2017
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

The Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work is intended for colleges and universities interested in developing faculty and staff leadership to advance programs and curricula for integrative learning—across general education, majors, and the cocurriculum, as well as prior professional, academic, and life experiences inside and outside the classroom. Teams engage around themes of innovative pedagogies for integrative and global learning, applied community-based learning, assessment of integrative learning, and faculty and administrative leadership. 
PKAL STEM Leadership Institute
Institute I: July 11–16, 2017
Institute II: July 18–23, 2017
Institute III: July 25–30, 2017


The Claggett Center, Adamstown, Maryland


The PKAL STEM Leadership Institute—grounded in the theories of leadership studies, adult learning, and social psychology—is designed to offer early- and mid-career STEM faculty a five-day, intensive leadership development experience that strategically blends deep reflection and introspection with didactic and experiential learning. The Institute has proven effective in promoting leadership self-efficacy among its participants, with more than 65 percent of its alumni noting a significant increase in their ability to (1) facilitate change, (2) effectively respond to problems, and (3) fully consider the impacts of diverse cultures on institutional transformation.