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Recent and Upcoming Events
“Writing a Winning Proposal” workshops – Join members of the Undergraduate Research Committee and Student Ambassadors for an informal discussion and question and answer session about how to prepare a proposal for a summer research fellowship. Prospective applicants and faculty interested in becoming mentors are encouraged to attend. All sessions will be held in the North Instruction Room, Kreitzberg Library.
Monday Oct.17, 2016: 11:00-11:50am and 12-12:50pm
Wednesday Oct. 19: 2:00-2:50pm
Students to Scholars Symposium – Application deadline Monday, November 7, 2016
This is a “think tank” style symposium for undergraduates to pitch their research ideas and get practical feedback about how to write a successful research proposal. More information about the event is available HERE.
Apply NOW by filling out an application.
Norwich University’s Office of Academic Research serves faculty and students by providing access to internal and external resources to support their research and other scholarly activities. Support for faculty, in addition to that provided through the Senate’s Faculty Development Program described Section 3 of the Faculty Manual, includes resources from SVPAA Chase Scholarship Initiative Program funded by the Chase Endowment for Academic Excellence as well as support for obtaining and managing external grants and contracts. Support for students comes primarily from our Undergraduate Research Program which supports the involvement of students in original research, scholarship and creative work, both here on campus and also in off-campus settings.
Each year the Office of Academic Research produces a report of activities in a effort to communicate the scope of the various types of scholarship being done by our faculty and students. The most recent report is titled Expanding Our World: A Collective Quest, and highlights a wide variety of activities, products and awards. The two lead stories cover the appointment of our 2014 Charles A. Dana Professor, Dr. Richard Dunn, and the 2014 recipient of our prestigious Board of Fellows Faculty Development Prize, Dr. Karen Hinkle.