Workshops and Panels for Undergraduate Researchers 

Come to one of our in person workshops during the semester, view any of the pre-recorded workshops and panels, and check out the additional resources available to further your knowledge and experience as you advance through your undergraduate research career at LSU.

These workshops are open to all to attend!

 

Additional Summer 2024 dates coming soon!

Topic

Date/Time/Location

Instructor

Research Ethics

May 28 
10:00 - 11:30 am 
143 Coates Hall

Dr. Arthur Penn

Lab Safety

May 28 
11:30 am - 12:30 pm 
143 Coates Hall

Dr. Abbie Fish & Dr. Jason Lejeune

How to write a Curriculum Vitae (CV)

June 4
9:30 - 10:30 am 
143 Coates Hall

Sarah Ferstel

Stress Management

June 11
9:30 - 10:30 am
Busisness & Education Complex (BECS) 1125

Julie Lorio

Research Communication

June 18
9:30 - 10:30 am
Lockett 0005

Dr. Zakiya Wilson-Kennedy

Pursuing Graduate Education

June 25
9:30 - 10:30 am
Lockett 0005

Dr. Juan Martinez

Abstract Writing

July 2
9:30 - 10:30 am
Lockett 0005

Dr. Linda Bui

Professionalism and Conflict in the Workplace

July 16
9:30 - 10:30 am
143 Coates

Dr. Michael Brochu

 

View the pre-recorded workshops and panels below.

Instructor: Dr. Michael Brochu, Associate Ombuds

Instructor: Sarah Ferstel, Associate Director of LSU Discover

Instructor: Dr. Annemarie Galeucia, Assistant Director of CxC

Instructor: Dr. Linda Hooper-Bui, professor of Environmental Sciences

Instructor: Narcissa Haskins, LSU Librarian

Instructor: Dr. Sheri Wischusen, Director of Undergraduate Research for the College of Science

Instructor: Dr. Becky Carmichael, CxC Coordinator for the College of Science and the College of the Coast & Environment

Instructor: Dr. Becky Carmichael, CxC Coordinator for the College of Science and the College of the Coast & Environment

Instructor: Dr. Annemarie Galeucia, CxC Assistant Director

Instructor: Dr. Abigail Fish, Office of Environmental Health & Safety

Watch this panel of current and alumni undergraduate researcher panelists answer questions from students.

In this four part video series we will help walk you through some steps to start your undergraduate research journey, plus provide additional insight and tips on your undergraduate research options and experiences at LSU. 

Each Fall, LSU students who wish to submit an application for a NSF GRF are encouraged to enroll in this workshop series during which you will learn from faculty about the fellowship and how best to craft your application.

Check back in Fall 2024 for information on the next series!

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship is a prestigious three-year grant that provides a graduate student with a $37,000/year stipend plus $16,000/year in cost of education allowance to the institution. If you are a college senior or early career graduate student in disciplines supported by NSF (see below), you should consider applying for this Fellowship. 

Eligible disciplines are: Chemistry; Engineering (all subfields); Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering; Geosciences; Life Sciences; Materials Research; Mathematical Sciences; Physics and Astronomy; Social Sciences; Psychology; STEM Education and Learning Research.

You MUST be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident to be eligible to apply!

See details on the NSF program solicitation and the GRFP outreach webinars.

Contact Dr. Fahui Wang or Dr. Graça Vicente if you have questions. 

The NSF GRFP workshop series is co-sponsored by the LSU Office of Research & Economic Development and the Graduate School.

The NSF GRSP Workshop Series is conducted via Zoom and requires registration.

This video is meant for Physician Assistant students, but the information is useful and can be used in many disciplines.