Workshops and Panels for Undergraduate Researchers 

Summer 2023 Workshops

We are currently building are summer schedule so keep checking back for updates.

Workshop Date/Time/Location Instructor
Professionalism and Conflict Resolution

Friday, May 26th @ 10:15 AM

Location: Coates 143

Dr. Michael Brochu

Tuesday, May 30th @ 10:00 AM

Location: Coates 143

Dr. Abbie Fish & Dr.Jason LeJeune
Research Ethics and Notebook Keeping

Wednesday, May 31st @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Coates 143

Dr. Arthur Penn
How to Build a Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Tuesday, June 6th  @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location: Coates 143

Sarah Ferstel
Research Ethics

Friday, June 23rd @ 10:00 AM

Location: TBD

Dr. Steve Beck


NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Workshop Series

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship is a prestigious three-year grant that provides a graduate student with a $37,000/year stipend plus $12,000/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.

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. 

For more information and to register, go to this link:


Pre-recorded Workshops and Panels

Can’t make any of the live workshops? Check out this list of recorded workshops!

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