The following are workshops we offer. *Please note: Unless otherwise indicated, these workshops are only open to University of Michigan-Flint faculty, staff, and students.*
Introduction to Qualtrics
This two-hour session will introduce participants to Qualtrics; a specialized tool used for online survey research. The workshop will cover the basic functions of creating/editing a survey, distributing the survey, and analyzing the results. This session will be facilitated by Andre Louis.
This workshop will take place on the following dates and times:
- Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 10 am - 12 pm, 459 French Hall
- Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 1 pm - 3 pm, 3153 William S. White Bldg
Introduction to eResearch (IRB Training)
Mary Mandeville of UM-Flint's Institutional Review Board (IRB) offers training in eResearch, the online system for submitting research projects for IRB review and approval. To set up a time to meet with Mary, please contact her via email.
In this workshop, Andre Louis will provide students with tips on how to effectively present their research, particularly at conferences. Key areas to be discussed include: presentation content, design, and performance.
Grant Proposal Writing
Led by Christine Black, this workshop will guide faculty members through the proposal development process, with an emphasis on responding to federal announcements. Black supports UM Medical School faculty and the research enterprise in proposal development, faculty training and internal foundation reviews. She has mentored hundreds of faculty and is noted for her ability to work with both seasoned researchers, as well as novice investigators initiating their first proposal. The workshop is typically offered once per year, and was most recently offered on October 30, 2015.