Thursday, December 4, 2014 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM Room 3213, Third Floor of the JSU Student Center
Co-sponsored by JSU ADVANCE, this workshop explains how faculty members can develop international professional reputations and establish and manage multi-institutional collaborations. It will focus on network development via professional association memberships and international experiences; multi-institutional projects with NGOs, policymakers and practitioners; and multi-institutional research projects with other academic institutions and industry. This workshop is designed for mid-career faculty.
As this workshop marks the end of the calendar year, we will also have some festive refreshments and giveaways for faculty participants. We invite all faculty to take a break with us and participate.
Dr. David Akombo and Prof. Andrew Lewis demonstrate elements of their research project, "Academic and Psychological Effects of Engaging Learners in Live Jazz Music Improvisation." (Dr. Taunjah Bell is a co-investigator.) This presentation was one of the Center's Brown Bag Research Talks featuring works-in-progress and recent research by Jackson State faculty members.
Join us for an exploration of the intersectionality of sound, image and the act of drawing! When does sound become noise or music? How does image mediate our experience of sound? How can we convey the act of drawing as a meditation and not simply a process?
Prof. Chung-Fan Chang, Dr. Ivan Elezovic and Prof. Mark Geil present their multimedia project, "Drawing Noise," on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in the classroom of JSU INNOVATE on the first floor of the H.T. Sampson Library. The JSU Center for University Scholars hosts this brown bag research talk and provides light refreshments. Feel free to bring your lunch and bring a friend!
Thursday, November 13, 2014 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM
JSU INNOVATE, First Floor of the H.T. Sampson Library
Co-sponsored by the H.T. Sampson Library, this workshop explores the ways that intellectual property secures and encourages risk-taking and ingenuity in academia as well as innovation industries and creative industries. All faculty are encouraged to participate. This workshop is also part of JSU’s Innovation Week.
Dr. David Akombo, assistant professor of music, presents "The Academic and Psychological Effects of Engaging Learners in Live Jazz Music Improvisation: The Case of Middle School Students," which was co-authored by Prof. Lewis and Dr. Bell. The talk will occur on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in the Holden Reading Room on the fourth floor of the H.T. Sampson Library. The JSU Center for University Scholars hosts this brown bag research talk and provides light refreshments (typically sandwiches and beverages). Feel free to bring your lunch and bring a friend!
For more information see http://www.jsums.edu/scholars/brown-bag-research-talks/ or contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone at (601) 979-6949.
Thursday, October 30, 2014 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Room 3213, Third Floor of the JSU Student Center
Co-sponsored by JSU ADVANCE, this workshop explores the balancing of work imperatives and lifestyle choices; relative priorities for teaching, research and service appropriate to different stages of the professorial career; and strategies for tracking and managing time. Light refreshments will be available. This workshop is designed for early career faculty and faculty new to Jackson State University. However, all faculty are welcome to participate.
The 2014-2015 cohort of participants for the Academy for Research and Scholarly Engagement has been selected.
Ebrahim Amiri, Computer Engineering; Brian Anderson, Social Work; Okechukwu Anyamele, Economics; Gauri Bhattacharya, Social Work; Janice Brockley, History and Philosophy; Kathy Bryant, Elementary and Early Childhood Education; Sarah Buxbaum, Health Policy and Management; Miguel Centellas, Political Science; Huie Tomaz Cunningham, English and Modern Foreign Languages; Ivan Elezovic, Music; Mark Geil, Art; Lolita Gray, Political Science; Hung-Chung Huang, Biology; Hyunju Kim, Computer Science; Jae Young Ko, Public Policy and Administration; Ranjani Kulawardhana, Biology; Catherine Kyeyune, Lifelong Learning; Jaegoo Lee, Social Work; Jung Hye Lee, Epidemiology and Bio-Statistics; Chandar Lewis, Educational Leadership; Kristie Lipford, Social Work; Tzusheng Pei, Computer Science; Chester Robinson, Public Policy and Administration; Gloria Smith, Lifelong Learning; and Talya Thomas, Urban and Regional Planning.
Dr. Nadia Bodie-Smith, assistant professor of theatre and coordinator of theatre studies, presents her talk, "Redirecting Gender: Working with the Effeminate Actor" on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. in the Holden Reading Room on the fourth floor of the H.T. Samspson Library. The JSU Center for University Scholars hosts this brown bag research talk and provides light refreshments (typically sandwiches and beverages). Feel free to bring your lunch and bring a friend!
Thursday, September 18, 2014 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Room 3213, Third Floor of the JSU Student Center
This interactive workshop will assist faculty in identifying their research and scholarly goals, designing pathways to achieve them, developing research streams and maintaining productivity over time. All faculty are welcome to participate.
The deadline for application to the Academy has been extended to Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Participants who successfully submit will receive an iPad and $3,000 in summer support to pursue their scholarly agendas. (Please note that the application cannot be saved in-progress, but needs to be completed in one session.)
Jackson State University is designated as a "high research activity" institution by the Carnegie Foundation.
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