Previous GSA Workshops

2014 – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Half day workshop: Getting Started in Undergraduate Research for New, Future and Current Faculty

2013, Denver, CO – Half day workshop: Getting Started in Undergraduate Research for New, Future and Current Faculty

2012, Charlotte, NC – Half day workshop: Getting Started in Undergraduate Research for New and Future Faculty

2011, Minneapolis – Full day workshop: Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program: A Professional Development Workshop for New and Future Faculty

2010, Denver – Full day workshop: Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program: A Professional Development Workshop for New and Future Faculty

2009, Portland – Full day workshop: Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program: A Professional Development Workshop for New and Future Faculty

2008, Houston – Full day workshop: Starting out in Undergraduate Research and Education: A Professional Development Workshop for Young Faculty

2007, Denver – Full day workshop: Starting out in Undergraduate Research and Education: A Professional Development Workshop for Young Faculty

2006, Philadelphia – (1) Half day workshop: CUR-Geoscience Workshop for Early Career Faculty: Landing (and Keeping) a Job at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution; (2) Half day workshop: CUR-Geoscience Workshop: Writing Proposals to Support Undergraduate Research and Education; (3) Full day workshop: Council on Undergraduate Research Faculty Workshops: Starting Out at a PUI, and Getting Funding to Support Undergraduate Research

2005, Salt Lake City – Half day workshop: How to Establish and Sustain An Undergraduate Research Program

2004, Denver – Half day workshop: How to Establish and Sustain an Undergraduate Research Program

2003, Seattle – Full day workshop: Practical Tips for Proposal Writing

2002, Denver – Full day workshop: Proposal Writing Strategies for Faculty at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions

2001, Boston – Half day workshop: How to Get an Undergraduate Research Program Started

(workshops extend back to at least 1998)

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