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Office of Undergraduate Scholarship (OUS)

Office of Undergraduate Scholarship (OUS)

 USSSA Fall 2017 Call

 


Marieb College of Health & Human Services Writing Guide!!!!! 


The Office of Undergraduate Scholarship was established to support the Quality Enhancement Plan, FGCUScholars: Think ~ Discover ~ Write. With faculty and staff members from across campus, we work together to foster student scholars within their disciplines. This office supports student research, creative endeavors, and scholarly activities as ways to enhance and professionalize student skills in writing, critical thinking, and information literacy. These skills are foundational to successful, impactful, and meaningful lives. Please use this website to find resources and opportunities.

We also support the mission of the university through promoting environmental sustainability, embracing diversity, nurturing community partnerships, encouraging civic engagement and service learning, and cultivating habits of lifelong learning. In addition, the Office of Undergraduate Scholarship through FGCUScholars: Think ~ Discover ~ Write values all students, faculty, and staff regardless of national origin or immigration status. We support the free cultural exchange of ideas as being at the heart of the academic endeavor. This exchange deepens and broadens our students’ perspectives in an increasingly globalized society.

I look forward to seeing you around campus.

Charles (Billy) Gunnels
Director of the Office of Undergraduate Scholarship and FGCUScholars
Office: (239) 745 - 4455

 

 events

 

Date & Time Event Location  Time
February 3 -
May 5
"The Art of Science:
Seeing Beyond the Big Picture"

a Photographic Exhibition by Dr. Diana Schultz
Library West,
1st floor
Reception
@ 4pm
April 1 Life Sciences South Florida
2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Palm Beach
State College,
Eissey Campus
9:00 am -
3:00 pm
April 7

Faster, Easier, and Super Smart:
How to Write with Parallel Structure

Griffin Hall 107 2:00 pm
April 14

FGCU Writing Awards Celebration

SRHM 114 3:00 -
7:00 pm
April 18 FGCU Reserach Day Cohen Center 9 - 4pm
Aug 21 Solar Ecilpse Event Whitaker Lawn 1 - 4 pm
Varies on
Program
SEA Semester at Woods Hole Multiple
Locations
Available
Multiple
Semesters
Available

September
22 - 24

Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference    

 


 

Past Events

Date & Time Event
August 12 Innovative Assignment Design Grant
(FGCU Faculty Teaching mini-grant)
August 12

Community-Engaged Scholars
(FGCU Faculty-Student-Community Partner mini grant)

October 20

The Basics of Business Research

October 20

Research + Good Writing = An "A" Paper!

October 21

CAS Lecture Series Presents: Far-Right Fantasy 
and Communication Systems with James Aho

October 24

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

October 25

Introduction to Open Research

November 2 Conversations in the Living Room: 
"Are Your Students Ready to Research? 
Examining Results of the QEP Assessment"
November 2 Research Data Management + Sharing
November 3 Drop-In Research Clinic
November 7 Copyright and your Thesis & Dissertation 
November 8 Research Data Management + Sharing
November 10 Human Trafficking Documentary Screening:
An Evening of Hope
November 14 Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
November 14 5th Dialogue on Race
November 16 Senior Performance Showcase
November 17 Instrumental Chamber Ensembles Concert
November 17 Global Entrepreneurship Week Panel
November 19 Cameron Carson's Junior Cello Recital
November 20 Kenneth Carter's Senior Saxophone Recital
November 21 Marco Ferri's Senior Violin Recital    
November 23 Deadline to Submit Business Ideas for the
Runway Program
November 29 FGCU Public Speaking Competition
November 29 Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
November 29 Fridgeworks: 
Francie Huber’s dance classes’ final performance
December 1 Art Senior Projects, Fall 2016
Opening Night with Reception
December 1 Fridgeworks:
Gerritt Vandermeer's classes' final performance
December 2 STEM Undergraduate Research 
& Internship Symposium
December 2 Joyful & Triumphant
Holiday Choral Concert
December 2 Submission Deadline for the
Content International Film Festival
December 3 Symphony Orchestra Concert
December 15 Open House for
Veterans Florida Entreprenuership Program
January 11 Abstract Deadline for the
Florida Undergraduate Research Conference
January 13 CAS Lecture Series:
Global Warming: 
What We Know and What We Don't Know

with Dr. David Helfand, Columbia University
January 17 Submission Deadline for
2nd Annual FGCU Humanities Symposium
January 23 Deadline for Early Registration to attend the
Florida Undergraduate Research Conference
January 29 Champagne Signature Concert:
10th Anniversary Alumni Celebration
January 31 2nd Annual FGCU Humanities Symposium
January 12 -
February 9
Changed Surfaces:
Works from Students in
Fall 2016 Painting Workshop
February 2 Profs’ Pet Peeves: 
How to Avoid Pissing Off 
Your Professors in Your Writing
February 2 Finding a Major that Fits
Advisors from First Year Advising will help you
understand the majors available to you!
February 2 2017 Rachel Carson Distinguished Lecture
Featuring: Terry Tempest Williams
February 3 Off-Campus
2017 Rachel Carson Distinguished Lecture
Featuring: Terry Tempest Williams
February 3 Application Deadline for 
2017 Summer Reserach Grants through the
2016-17 Seidler Scholarly
Collaboration Fellowship
February 6 USSSA Mini-Grant
(FGCU Student-Faculty Collaborative mini grant)

Spring Priority Deadline
February 15 "Reflections on Telemetry"
presented by students in 
Dr. Bacalzo's 'Devising Performance' course
February
16 - 17
3rd Annual 
Community-Engaged Scholarship Symposium 
February 17 Application Deadline for
Life Sciences South Florida
2017 Undergraduate Research
February 24 Submission Form Deadline for
FGCU Reserach Day
February
24 - 25
Florida Undergraduate Research Conference
March 3 Submission Deadline for the
Writing Awards
March
7 - 9
Conserving Biodiversity Conference:
Challenges for Florida in the Anthropocene
March 17 Conquering the Comma: 
How to Tame That Pesky Little Blob of Ink