LCA’s College Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) is pleased to announce the new ShopTalk series. Through workshops and invited talks, this series aims to connect colleagues across campus interested in expanding the culture of research on campus.
Instructional faculty, researchers, and educators from all SFSU Colleges and units are invited to the first ShopTalk, Agile Research Studio: Orchestrating Student Research Across Disciplines, from 12–1:30pm on 10/6 and 10/7 on Zoom. Participants can attend one or both days.
Join us for two days of ShopTalk on involving students in faculty research, using project-based learning in classes, streamlining student mentoring, and growing the research culture at SFSU.
Day one of the event is a Q&A with the founder of Agile Research Studio, Associate Professor of Computer Science, and Breed Junior Professor of Design, Northwestern University: Haoqi Zhang. The session is moderated by Elizabeth Hunter, SFSU Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies and adopter of Agile Research Studio.
Day two is a hands-on workshop, where participants will learn how to integrate Agile Research Studio into classes and labs across disciplines.
Produced in collaboration with the Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. The College Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) supports and promotes undergraduate research in all disciplines across the College of Liberal & Creative Arts. We welcome people with disabilities. Please request accommodations by 9/28. For questions or accommodations, contact Elizabeth Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For details and a link to register (look for the “Register” button), visit https://lca.sfsu.edu/events/2020-10-06-190000-2020-10-07-203000/820283.