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. 20, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, Nov. 10, and Nov. 17.
The first 25 participants to arrive may be seated in Vicky Lord Larsen 1142 (CETL Lobby).
Overflow seating will be offered in OL1128.
We will livestream the forums through the university as well. The link to view them remotely is here: http://uwec.ly/live
Our October 6 Forum will be held via Zoom to accommodate our guest speaker from Mayo Clinic, Dr. Jeremy McBride. Please access this forum online using the following link: https://wisconsin-edu.zoom.us/j/6063838812?pwd=TU9rMXZjMSszZ0I0VHQvWUxSN3U0Zz09 [Meeting ID: 606 383 8812
Faculty/Academic Staff Forum Fall 2021 Series
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)
Dr. Michael Walsh, Materials Science & Biomedical Engineering
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 Kovačević, Political Science
Oct. 27 (CETL 1142)
"Confronting Idea Stealers in the Workplace: The Unfortunate Moral Credentialing Granted to Power Holders."
Dr. Nicole Ploeger-Lyons, Business Communication (College of Business)
Nov. 3 (CETL 1142)
Dr. Rushit Dave, Computer Science
Nov. 10 (CETL 1142)
Risky Consensus: What Engineering Disasters Tell Us about the Epistemology & Ethics of Collective Decision-Making Procedures among Professionals.
Dr. Kristin Schaupp, Philosophy & Religious Studies
Nov. 17 (CETL 1142)
Xiaoyu (Shawn) Yang, Management & Marketing Dept. (College of Business)
Faculty/Academic Staff Forum Spring 2021 Series
Nishant Saran, Mayo Clinic
David Schaffer, Economics
Matthew Haffner, Geography & Anthropology
McKenzie West, Mathematics
Roxanne Backowski, McIntyre Library
Yom Bui, Accounting & Finance
Cheryl Jimenez-Frei, History
Faculty/Academic Staff Forum Fall 2020 Series
Translating a Path to College: The Literate and Rhetorical Skills Multilingual Students Bring to our Classroom
Kaia Lea Simon, English
Identification with Humanity and COVID-19: Taking a Social Identity Approach to Health-Related Behaviors during a Global Pandemic
David Sparkman, Psychology
Wufeng Tian, UW Eau Claire-Barron County
Kao Nou Moua, Social Work
Ok Google, What Makes an Object Smart?: Consumers' Perceptions and Experiences of Smart Objects: An Exploratory Sequential Scale Development Study
Kranti Dugar, Kate Kim, & Jennine Fox Marketing
Heather Ann Moody, American Indian Studies
Jason Beckermann, Mayo Clinic
Spacecraft Observations of the Hot Star Zeta Puppis
Nathan Miller, Physics & Astronomy
Tips and techniques for grant-seeking.
Webinars on select Thursdays
Click the link for dates, times, and to register
Grant Webinar Series 2020-2021 Academic Year
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. This year's event will celebrate published faculty from 2020 - 2021. We are also celebrating faculty returning from sabbaticals in 2020 and 2021 and the last two year's Excellence in Scholarship recipients.
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