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Get involved in research

In support of our mission to maintain a supportive environment for research, scholarly and creative endeavors, ORSP offers a number of events!

The Faculty Forum highlights the research done by faculty and staff at UW-Eau Claire.
Wednesdays (as scheduled).

  • On the following dates, Faculty Forum will be held in VLL 1142 (CETL Lobby):  Sept. 22, Sept. 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 20, Nov. 3, Nov. 10.

The first 25 participants to arrive may be seated in Vicky Lord Larsen 1142 (CETL Lobby).

Overflow seating will be offered in OL1128. 

  • College of Business Faculty Forums on October 27 and November 17 will take place in Schneider Hall 312.

We will continue streaming all presentations via Zoom as well.

Zoom Link: Here 12:10–12:50 pm

  • Sept. 22 (CETL 1142)
      "Reimagining Early Education Leadership: Spiritual-Based Leadership meets Democratic Experimentalism"

Dr. Angela Jones & Dr. Roderick Jones, Special Education & Inclusive Practices

  • Sept. 29 (CETL 1142)
      "Using Light to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients with Cancer and Fibrotic Disease.

Dr. Michael Walsh, Materials Science & Biomedical Engineering

  • Oct. 6
       "Injectable Biocompatible Foams for Ablation and Other Clinical Applications"

Dr. Elizabeth Glogowski & Dr. Jeremy McBride, Mayo Clinic Collaborative Research

  • Oct. 20 (CETL 1142)
       "Don't Cry No More: A comparative Study of U.S. Domestic and Foreign Restrictions on Riot Control Agent Use."

         Dr. Damir Kovacevic, Political Science

  • Oct. 27 (SSS 312)
      "Confronting Idea Stealers in the Workplace: the Unfortunate Moral Credentialing Granted to Power Holders."

Nicole Ploeger-Lyons, Business Communication (College of Business)

  • Nov. 3 (CETL 1142)
      "Continuous Authentication Using Mouse Dynamics based on Machine & Deep Learning Algorithms."

         Dr. Rushit Dave, Computer Science

  • Nov. 10 (CETL 1142
        "Using light to improve diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer and fibrotic disease."

         Dr. Michael Walsh, Materials Science & Biomedical Engineering

  • Nov. 17 (SSS 312)
      "CEOs in the National People's Congress of China"

Xiaoyu (Shawn) Yang, Management & Marketing Dept. (College of Business)

Feb 17
"Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: Current Trends and Conduit Selection"

Nishant Saran, Mayo Clinic


Feb 24
"Time Flexibility, Women's Wages, and the Gender Wage Gap"

David Schaffer, Economics


Mar 3
"Reproducible Data Acquisition"

Matthew Haffner, Geography & Anthropology


Mar 10
"Mathematics for Cryptography"

McKenzie West, Mathematics


Mar 24
"Curricular Choices, Library Resources, and Diversity Initiatives at UW-Eau Claire"

Roxanne Backowski, McIntyre Library


Mar 31
"Terrorist Attacks and Corporate Payouts"

Yom Bui, Accounting & Finance


Apr 7
"Sculpting the Past, Contesting the Future: Monuments, Memory and Identity in Argentina"

Cheryl Jimenez-Frei, History


Tips and techniques for grant-seeking.
Webinars on select Thursdays
Click the link for dates, times, and to register

  • Oct 1, 2020

Tools for Finding Funding: PIVOT/Grant Resource Center

  • Oct 7, 2020

Finding Funding: Spotlight on the National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program

  • Nov 5, 2020

Common Grant Writing Pitfalls 

  • Nov 11, 2020

Budget Building Fundamentals

  • Dec 3, 2020

Finding Funding: Spotlight on Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin

  • Feb 4, 2021 

Grants and Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Feb 10, 2021

Funding Focus: Spotlight on the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)

  • March 4, 2021

Analyzing RFPs for Sponsor Hot Buttons

  • March 10, 2021 

Collaborative Grant seeking: Accumulating Precious "Wins" & Avoiding Painful "Losses"

  • April 1, 2021

REJECTED!- Time to Reconsider or to Revise and Resubmit?

  • April 7, 2021

Finding Funding: Spotlight on National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Stipends


Discover Student Research!
A whole week of student research presentations.
Late Spring Semester

Authors Celebration for the 2021 school year will be hosted live in the Ojibwe Ballroom on October 12 from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.

  • Grant-Seeker's Reception

Celebrates those who apply for extramural funding.
Early Spring Semester
By invitation of the Provost

UWEC faculty learn about the sabbatical process and timeline.
August and May

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