Introduction to Creating Poster Presentations
Wednesday, April 5th from 4-5 p.m. in the Auraria Library
In collaboration with the Auraria Library, this hands-on workshop will get you started on creating a professional looking poster. You will learn how to communicate your message clearly through layout, white space, images and color. Register for this workshop through the Auraria Library.
What to Expect and Oral/Poster Presentation Help
Thursday, April 6th from 3-4 p.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
Wednesday, April 12th from 10-11 a.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
With the Undergraduate Research Conference right around the corner, this information session will provide you with day-of-conference details as well as tips on how to best present your work and engage an audience.
How to Frame Undergraduate Research on Your Resume
Thursday, April 27th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325.
What is Research?
Tuesday, September 20th from 3-4 p.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
This workshop will include a general overview of what research means for different disciplines, how to get involved in research at MSU Denver and how to succeed in research.
IRB (Human Subjects Protection Program)
Tuesday, October 4th from 2-3 p.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
Human subject protection is about respecting the rights and welfare of people who volunteer to help researchers by participating in their studies. If you think you may be doing research with humans, please join us in this informational workshop hosted by the Human Subjects Protection Program.
Undergraduate Research: Your Ticket to Grad School and Beyond
Tuesday, November 1st from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
Participating in undergraduate research gives you an edge when applying to graduate school and jobs. In this workshop you will learn the importance of undergraduate experience and how to incorporate this experience and how to incorporate the experience on your resume and in interview.
Guidance for Writing Your Abstract
Wednesday, February 15th from 10-11 a.m. in Admin Building, Suite 325
A well written abstract is an important past of the process of presenting research. This workshop will give you ideas on how to structure your abstract for a broad audience.