Skip to main content
Sunday, February 5, 2023 | Home

Today's Message

Posted: Tuesday, October 13, 2020

CORRECTION: Undergraduate Research in the COVID Era: October 14

Please note: The incorrect time was listed for this webinar in the message published on October 12. The message below shows the correct time. 

The Teaching and Learning Center and Applied Learning are pleased to announce the webinar “Undergraduate Research in the COVID Era,” presented by Carolyn Guzski, interim director of undergraduate research, on Wednesday, October 14, from 3:00 to 3:50 p.m. via Zoom videoconference.

Research, scholarly, and creative activities play a vital role in applied learning goals, but mentoring student participation in hybrid and all-digital environments can be challenging. The Undergraduate Research Office at Buffalo State continues to provide growth opportunities for all disciplines through student project funding, faculty development and research assistance, and its annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration. This presentation explores strategies for designing new projects and adapting current activities to prevailing COIVID guidelines. Time for questions and sharing ideas among attendees will end the talk.

This is the first session in the continuation of the Applied Learning Conversation Series “Remote and Hybrid Learning.” Sessions on various applied learning topics will be led by Approved Applied Learning faculty fellows throughout the academic year. Each short presentation will be followed by a discussion exploring ways we can design new activities or adapt or revise current projects.

Please register through the Workshop Registration System.

Submitted by: Ann R. Emo
Also appeared:
Wednesday, October 14, 2020