We are looking for faculty/staff who would like to come to our practice verbal presentations given by students who will be competing in the CSU Student Research Competition at Sac State. The students will be presenting for 10 minutes about their research, then answering questions for 5 minutes. After that we will open the floor for critiques and comments for 15 minutes or more. We are in the process of scheduling so please check this site for updates of dates and times. Please RSVP to email@example.com with the dates and times you will be attending.
Dates and Times Scheduled:
Thursday, April 5 10am to 11am SF-121 Two Presentations
Tuesday, April 10 10am to 12pm SF-328 Two Presentations
Wednesday, April 11 10am to 11am SF-329 and 4pm to 5pm SF-329
Monday, April 16 9am to 11am SF-328 Two Presentations
Thursday, April 19 11am to 12pm SF-329 and 2pm to 4pm SF-121 Two Presentations
Monday, April 23 2:30pm to 3:30pm SF-329
SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY APRIL 21, 2018
REQUIRED CSR-LSAMP EVENT, BUT, OPEN TO ALL CSR SCHOLARS!
If you are not a CSR-LSAMP student but would like to attend this event, please email the CSR no later than March 23, 2018!
CSR will arrange travel (bus that picks up and drops off students, on campus on April 21) for the event.
The California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education will bring together approximately 1,000 pre-selected, high-achieving undergraduate and master's students belonging to groups that are currently underrepresented in doctoral-level programs. The groups include low-income and first-generation college students and/or African Americans, American Indians, Chicanos/Latinos, Filipinos, and Pacific Islanders. The students will explore graduate opportunities and resources by participating in numerous workshops conducted throughout the day. Universities and individual graduate programs offering academic master's and/or Ph.D. be at the recruitment fairs that will take place concurrently with the other plannedDiversity Forum activities!
EVENT DATE CHANGE: LSAMP Luncheon 2 is now confirmed for Friday, May 11th, 2018 from 12pm to 2pm in UU-102 (this room is on level one of the Old Union which is downstairs from the level with Taco Bell and Pizza Hut).
Note that we have rescheduled this event (originally scheduled for May 25) to accomodate for the Memorial Day long weekend (University Closed May 28th).
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO RSVP FOR THIS LINK AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.
Every year, the CSR supports ten student researchers/research teams to compete at the Statewide CSU Student Research Competition. This event provides undergraduate and graduate students with an opportunity to share their research with other student researchers and CSU faculty. Cash prizes are awarded to first place finishers in each division (undergraduate and graduate, as well as by-discipline divisions). Selected CSUEB student researchers will work closely with their faculty mentors as well as the CSR to prepare their talks, to be delivered May 4-5, 2018 at Sacramento State University! The CSR will cover travel, lodging, and meal costs.
Here are the student-researchers who will be representing Cal State East Bay at the CSU Student Research Competition:
Congratulations to all students and their faculty mentors! For more information, please click on the red "CSU Student Research Competition" button at the top of this page!
As listed on your CSR Scholar Contracts you and your mentor signed, you are required to either present a research poster, or, to actively participate in the CSUEB Student Research Symposium being held on campus (CSUEB) on April 25, 2018. This event is a great opportunity to share your research with other students, faculty, and administrators and staff at CSUEB! Last year, we had approximately 250 participants and attendees!
For the time being, please begin discussions with your faculty mentors about getting started on your posters!
The University of Georgia received funding from the National Science Foundation to support The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Bridge to the Doctorate (BD) Fellowship program. The BD program builds on the university's longstanding Peach State Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program and the UGA Graduate School’s Gateway to Graduate School Bridge and Graduate Feeder Programs. The award supports 12 dedicated graduate students from underrepresented minority backgrounds who are pursuing graduate studies in science,technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs at UGA.
NSF BD Fellowship Benefits:
Please contact Angela Birkes (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
There are no more workshops scheduled for the 2017-2018 academic year (see your Scholar Handbook). Read More
Multimedia graduate students are seeking anyone who would like to share their own personal story or life experience regarding either of these two topics: Religion Shaming/Bullying There is no pay but refreshments will be provided. Your story will be shared in an interactive installation and will be featured at academic events, as well as Maker Faire 2018. We are filming this month and can schedule you right away. Usually filming requires an hour of your time. For more info please email: email@example.com