Visiting Research Scholar Forum
Register for a Forum
- Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology and Associate Dean for Graduate Programs from the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas
- University-wide Meritorious Lectureship, “Race, Justice & the NFL” will be held Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 4 p.m. at Lamar Hall, Room 129. Register here.
- Presentation for SAS Faculty, “The Immigration – Crime Myth” (9:30-11 a.m.) and Panel with Faculty (Q&A) (11 a.m.-12 p.m.) on March 23, 2018 at the Jackson Avenue Center. Register here.
- Dr. Michael Spencer, Fedele F. Fauri Collegiate Professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan
- Date TBA
About the Forum
In an effort to enhance our research productivity, we will have meritorious research scholars on campus throughout the academic year to facilitate discussion on best practices in research publication and grantsmanship. Nationally renown for their presentations, strong research publication record, and national competitive grant award record, these scholars will provide lectures, small group discussions and individual meetings to any interested faculty.
Nominate a Scholar
We need your input to bring in scholars from across the country from diverse backgrounds to bring their knowledge and experience to this program. If you wish to nominate someone to serve as a Visiting Research Scholar, please download the form below and submit via e-mail to email@example.com. We appreciate your collaboration in bringing the best and brightest to our campus.
Research Forum’s Focus on Grant Writing
We will host seminars throughout the year to help you hone your skills in grant writing using the most experienced, university-affiliated grant writers as resources. A calendar of speakers will be posted on the homepage as they are scheduled. Please RSVP online to let us know you’re coming, your area of research and any specific questions you would like addressed.
In preparation for the Visiting Research Scholar’s Forum, the Applied Sciences Dean’s Office kicked off the fall semester with a focus on grant writing, looking to some of the most experienced, university-affiliated grant writers to present topics ranging from proving need and securing credibility to getting your research funded and planning and writing proposals. Presenters included Shirley Gray, Center for Writing and Rhetoric and John S. Williamson, emeritus professor, medicinal chemistry.