Research Resources

Want to get further involved in undergraduate research? Take a look at these opportunities to learn more about research and dive deeper.

 

Undergraduate Research Listserv

The listserv serves as a virtual honors research community to share information about upcoming research events, conferences, publications, and funding opportunities. Also, it serves as a platform to share student accomplishments and network with fellow researchers. If you would like to subscribe to the listserv please email Jacob English, and he will add you to the group.

 

Research Walk-In Hours

Jacob English, Research Program Coordinator and Dr. Marise Parent, Faculty Associate for Research and Theses are available during the below days and times to discuss research ideas and opportunities. Stop in to get started!
Jacob English
Thursdays, 10 – 11 a.m.
Honors College

Dr. Marise Parent
Tuesdays, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Honors College

Tuesdays, 4 – 5 p.m.
Petite Science Center Room 820

Wednesdays, 1 – 2 p.m.
Petite Science Center Room 820

If you cannot make any of these times, feel free to call the Honors College to schedule an appointment or email Jacob English or Marise Parent.

 

Research Essentials

Research Essentials are faculty-, staff-, and student-led presentations and workshops on a variety of topics to develop students as scholars and researchers. The objectives of this program are to:

  • bring awareness to the Honors College Undergraduate Research Program;
    provide resources for students to engage in undergraduate research opportunities;
  • create an environment for students to discuss research ideas with peers, faculty, and staff;
  • increase students comfort levels with beginning or continuing undergraduate research; and
  • assess additional resources required by students to begin or continue undergraduate research.

Please check to Honors College Research Calendar for upcoming events.

 

Mini Write-In Workshops

Mini Write-In workshops provide a 3.5-hour block set aside for students to write. The workshops are particularly helpful for those students working on a thesis proposal, thesis project (research, writing, or composition), Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference proposal, Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference presentation, or another substantial research project. Also, students will have the opportunity to work with a writing consultant for individualized assistance. Individual workshops are limited to 20 students.

 

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