Undergraduate Research Council

Brown Bag Series will be hosted from 12-1 PM. Students and Faculty can attend face-to-face in the Honors House or online at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/e3949ee149064c7fa1f0461e5b4d7724#bbcollab

 Aug. 31st--Dr. Anne Price Sociology
 "Using statistical analyses and cross-national data to understand what shapes our attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors"

Sept. 28th--Dr. A. J. Ramirez WGST
"Exploring LGBTQ Membership in the United Methodist Church using Mixed Methods"

Oct. 26th--Dr. Sarah FitzGerald History
"Research in Expected Places: Using Comedy for Source Material"

Nov. 30th--Dr. Gayle Ramirez, Dr. Karen Terry Education & Dr. Barbie Radcliffe
"LGBTQ+ Issues in Education"

Think Tank is an open forum on anything related to research. VSU community can attend face-to-face in the Honors House or online at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/e3949ee149064c7fa1f0461e5b4d7724#bbcollab  The entire VSU community is welcome to join us at 3:00- as long as we like.  (No pre-set topic)

  • Aug. 24th
  • Sept. 21st
  • Oct. 19th
  • Nov. 16th

VSU Community Research Bulletin Board can be found here. Post research opportunities and needs for students and faculty.  Great place for multi-disciplinary interaction and experiential learning opportunities.

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Benefits of Participating in Undergraduate Research

  • Experiential Learning
  • Advance resume
  • Develop writing, presentation, and technology skills
  • Prepare for medical school, law school, graduate studies, and business opportunities
  • Attend regional and national conferences 
  • Potential for publication
  • Enjoy the community of student and faculty researchers.

Undergraduate Research Symposium 2019

Additional Resources and Partners

New Media Center

Odum Library

OMNIMO

Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion

Office of Social Equity

VSU Community Research Bulletin Board