UR Workshops & Talks - Spring 2020 Series
February 17 - Main 005, 3:30pm
The Effect of a Positive & Negative Mindset on Affect, Happiness, & Heart Rate Variability
Kori Friedges, All College Thesis Scholar
Advisor: Dr. Rodger Narloch
February 27 - HAB 118, 4:00-5:00pm
How to Navigate Professional Conferences
Dr. Ted Gordon; First Year Seminar, Emerging Scholars Faculty Mentor, & Summer Collaborative Grant Recipient
Are you attending your first professional conference sometime soon? Are you curious about what you can expect or how you can get the full benefits of attending a large conference? Join Dr. Ted Gordon for this session on the Dos & Donts of conference attendance, where he will share some of his personal tips on how to effectively network, manage information you are receiving, and learn from others in your field!
March 17 - Gorecki 204C, 4:00-5:00pm
Self Care & Time Management: How to Have Fun While Still Getting the Work Done
Dr. Susan Vollbrecht - Music and Dr. Pedro dos Santos - Political Science, URFAC Committee Members
From Fine Arts to the Social Sciences, spring semester goes fast and is filled with big projects for all of us! Join us for a fun, interactive session on the importance of self care, mindfulness, and time management as important tools for getting your best work done without the burnout!
April 6 - Gorecki 204C, 4:00-5:00pm
CSC Day Preparation and Presentation Skills
Dr. Deborah Pembleton - Global Business Leadership, Emerging Scholars Faculty Mentor
Are you planning on presenting at CSC Day 2020? Join us for a session on how to prioritize, plan, and practice your presentation over the next few weeks to ensure that you are prepared for your big presentation!
April 20 - 24
Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Week
Undergraduate Research Program
Various special events featured throughout the week to celebrate our 20th Anniversary of Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day! More details in the coming months.