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UWF Research Week

Join us for UWF Research Week Nov. 14-18 as we celebrate the accomplishments of University researchers and plan for new opportunities in the future. The inaugural UWF Research Week will feature a week's worth of new information and programming related to all phases of UWF scholarly, creative and research activities. A full schedule of Research Week events is below. Research Week is free and open to University students, faculty and staff.


Events

#UWFResearchMatters Campaign

Monday, Nov. 14

Celebrate the impact of sponsored projects

Sponsored Research Celebration Reception

Tuesday, Nov. 15

Reception to acknowledge and thank faculty and staff members who sought external funding in the fiscal years 2019-2021.

UWF OUR Bingo

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Office of Undergraduate Research Bingo for Beginners

RAE Mini Workshop

Thursday, Nov. 17

Variety of 30 and 60 minute workshops for students, faculty and staff

Faculty Roundtable

Friday, Nov. 18

UWF faculty will provide practical tips and insight on various research topics

Schedule of Events

Monday, November 14th

#UWFResearchMatters Campaign Launch

Celebrate the impact of sponsored projects. This new informational campaign celebrates the impact of sponsored scholarly, creative, and research activities on UWF students, programs, and our community, near and afar.

Tuesday, November 15th

Sponsored Research Celebration Reception
4-6 PM
Commons Auditorium
Reception to acknowledge and thank faculty and staff members who sought external funding in the fiscal years 2019-2021. Invited guests are encouraged to RSVP via the link in their invitation email.

Wednesday, November 16th

Office of Undergraduate Research Bingo for Beginners
11 AM - 12 PM
Cannon Green
(Building 4 Lobby in the event of inclement weather)

Undergraduate students are invited to stop by Cannon Green (or the lobby of Building 4 in case of rain) between 11am and noon on Wednesday, Nov 16 to learn about research opportunities and how to get started in research through the Office of Undergraduate Research.As part of the Bingo for Beginners event, students will also have the opportunity to win prizes! Extra Credit Opportunities are available for your students; OUR will share with you who attended if students attend and register your course number.

Thursday, November 17th

Research Mini Workshop
8 AM - 5 PM
Nautilus Chamber & ITS Building 79/180

This mini workshop was developed to share information about the full realm of the sponsored research process from funding opportunities and navigating the grant process through ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations.

Mini Workshop Full Schedule and Session Descriptions

An RSVP is encouraged, but not required for attendance.

RSVP for Workshop

Friday, November 18th

Faculty Roundtable
9-11 AM
Argo Athletic Club
Building 54, Room 164

All faculty are invited to this faculty roundtable. It will provide the opportunity for in-depth discussion led by UWF faculty who can provide practical tips and insight on

  • Proposal Writing Strategies
  • Getting Started with Sponsored Projects
  • Sabbatical Funding
  • Managing Grant Funding

The roundtable discussion will be facilitated by Dr. Sikha Bagui, Dr. Pamela Benz, Dr. Kwame Owusu-Daaku, Dr. David Ramsey, Dr. Hakki Sevil and Dr. Matthew Schwartz.

An RSVP is encouraged, but not required for attendance.

RSVP for Faculty Roundtable