October 15 and March 15
Last Friday of May
Last Friday of May
How to Get Started in Research and Inquiry:
This workshop, offered each month, will discuss the beginning steps on how to get started
in undergraduate research and inquiry, including what is research, how to get involved,
how to contact faculty members, and much more!
This workshop will explain the importance of effective communication when contacting
potential faculty mentors. Students will learn how to select an appropriate faculty
mentor and how to contact them to begin research projects.
Students will learn a historical perspective about projects that require research
compliance through the Division of Research and the roads to take to conduct ethical research.
Life Hacks for Undergraduate Researchers:
Students will learn useful tips to succeed in undergraduate research and academic course loads.
Students will gain valuable advice that will be used throughout their time at FAU, and in life after graduation.
How to Apply for Undergraduate Research Grants:
This workshop will explore grant opportunities for undergraduate students offered through OURI.
Students will also receive information on how to submit an application through FluidReview,
learn about application deadlines, requirements and much more!
Attending a Conference:
Topics will include identifying appropriate conferences in your discipline, submitting an abstract,
funding opportunities, getting the most from your conference experience,
networking, and appropriately representing your institution.
Summer Research Experience:
Students will learn about different summer research opportunities available to
Undergraduate researchers through OURI and how to fund external summer opportunities
and Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs).
Creating a Poster and Oral Presentation:
Students will be assisted in the process of creating a poster and oral research presentation,
just in time for the annual OURI Undergraduate Research Symposium!
Mock Poster/Oral Presentation:
Students will have the opportunity to practice their presentation by preparing
and presenting a mock oral or poster presentation from beginning to end.
There will be an audience to provide students the opportunity to practice
and answer questions the audience may have at the end of the presentation.
Preparing for Graduate School:
Students will learn how to prepare for graduate school from the freshman
to senior academic years. Topics covered will consist of financial aid,
testing, personal statements, letters of recommendation and more!
Other FAU Partner Presentations
Developing an Effective CV/Resume, hosted by the Career Center
Resume/CV and cover letter need some updating? Let us help! This presentation will help increase your understanding of how your CV/resume and cover letter are used in the job search process and make sure you target your career goals. You will learn how to compose a resume that reflects your greatest strengths and talents and explore different resume formats. By the end of this presentation your CV/resume will say, "interview me!"
LinkedIn 101 , hosted by the Career Center
Learn how to create a professional LinkedIn profile and effectively use LinkedIn as a job search and networking tool by attending an interactive workshop. You will receive a brief overview of how to utilize LinkedIn, see examples of complete LinkedIn profiles, then be able to build your own profile. You are welcome to be on your laptops/tablets during the workshop.
(Offered Occasionally) Data Interpretation – Understanding
the Method and Results Sections of a Research Article:
A common practice in reviewing research articles is reading the Introduction and
then skipping to the Discussion section. However, the Method and Results sections
often contain valuable information that is critical to truly understanding the research.
The purpose of this presentation is to highlight and interpret the contents of the
Method and Results sections. The contents of current research articles
will be explained and interpreted in an easy to understand fashion.
University Libraries: FAU’s Library hosts a variety of workshops that can