Additional Workshops to Support Undergraduate Researchers

School of Social Sciences: Statistical Training and Research Techniques@Rice (STaRT@Rice)

October 7-11, 2022

STaRT@Rice is an innovative program that will provide a panoramic view of the research process and offer professionalization opportunities. It will increase expertise via exposure in 16 workshops. Participants will learn how to ask better questions about the research process and develop important professional skills. Workshops will cover a broad range of content, moving from introductory to intermediate to advanced. Thus, participants can choose workshops matching their skill sets and background. A senior undergraduate planning to attend graduate school or a first year graduate student might select workshops including only introductory methodological content such as linear models and professionalization topics including effective research presentations.

Students from underrepresented backgrounds are particularly encouraged to participate. There is a $10 registration fee, and scholarships will cover the participation fee of students with financial need.

Center for Academic and Professional Communication Workshops

Previous workshops offered by CAPC have included sessions to develop skills for sharing your research, such as

  • Oral Presentation Skills
  • Conference Poster Design
  • Slide Design
  • Creative Projects: Vision + Follow-Through

Digital Media Commons Workshops

The Digital media Commons in Fondren Library offers many workshops to help researchers build professional online identity and store and manage digital data and references, such as

  • Tableau I, II, and III
  • Excel 101
  • Building and Managing your Online Profile as an Academic
  • Getting Started with GitHub
  • How to Manage Your Data
  • Introduction to Data Visualization
  • Introduction to Endnote
  • Managing Your Citations with Zotero
  • Creating an Academic Poster with PowerPoint

Data and Donuts Workshops

Fondren Library and the Center for Research Computing sponsor a workshops for programming and working with data, such as

  • Using Excel to Manage and Analyze Data
  • Introduction to Data Management
  • Introduction to GitHub
  • Introduction to R
  • Python for Beginners
  • Introduction to Effective Data Visualization