Credit for our awesome new CSR Scholar category labels goes to our Program Coordinator, Michelle Hobbs-Helmus! Note, these new categories replace the old "Scholar levels" (i.e., 1a, 1b, 1c, 2). We are working on updating all of our CSR Scholar's Program documents to reflect Program changes effective Fall 2018, stay tuned!
A new computer may be very helpful with future research and for schoolwork.
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 worked closely with their faculty mentors as well as the CSR to prepare their talks, that were delivered May 4-5, 2018 at Sacramento State University! The CSR will covered travel, lodging, and meal costs.
Here are the student-researchers who represented Cal State East Bay at the CSU Student Research Competition 2018:
Congratulations to all students and their faculty mentors! For information about the 2018-19 Competition, please click on the red "CSU Student Research Competition" button at the top of this page!
All CSR Scholars are required to present a research poster (regardless of the phase at which you are at in your given research project*) in the Cal State East Bay Student Research Symposium (SRS) being held on campus (Date, TBA; will be on a Wednesday in late April 2019). 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!
*During the CSR Poster workshop, we overview different poster formats to accomodate different phases of research progress (so be sure to attend that session if you want advice on preparing your poster for the SRS).
For the time being, please begin discussions with your faculty mentors about getting started on your posters!
There are no more workshops scheduled for the 2017-2018 academic year (see your Scholar Handbook). Read More