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Research Workshops & Seminars

Early Career Funding Programs

Watch this recorded workshop to learn more about three federally-funded early career programs: the NIH K01, the NSF CAREER, and the DOD Young Investigator Program. In addition to learning about the format of each of these programs, a panel of faculty from across campus compare and contrast their experiences pursuing early career funding programs and provide valuable tips for success.

  • NIH K01: Anna Seekatz, Department of Biological Sciences
  • NSF CAREER: Marissa Shuffler-Porter, Department of Psychology
  • Air Force YIP: Judson Ryckman, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Getting Your Research Started at Clemson

Watch this recorded workshop to hear CBSHS researchers Dr. Jim McCubbin, Dr. Rachel Mayo, Dr. Harrison Pinckney, and Dr. Khoa Truong, discuss how to get your research off the ground. Whether you are a new faculty or launching a new research effort, their wisdom will provide insight into how to develop a research agenda, start to seek funding, identify collaborators, and balance competing demands with research.

  • Dr. Jim McCubbin, Professor, Psychology
  • Dr. Rachel Mayo, Professor, Public Health Sciences
  • Dr. Harrison Pinckney, Assistant Professor, PRTM
  • Dr. Khoa Truong, Associate Professor, Public Health Sciences
Leveraging Centers and Institutes

Watch this recorded workshop to learn how you can boost your research potential by working with CBSHS centers and institutes. Each center and institute provides faculty with valuable resources, such as connection to expertise across campus, staffing, seed funding, access to new study populations, and numerous networking opportunities. During this panel discussion, leaders of our centers and institutes will provide overviews of each entity and then more details during breakout sessions.

  • Clemson University Institute for Parks: Dr. Bob Powell, PRTM
  • Human Factors Institute: Dr. Rich Pak, Psychology
  • Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life: Dr. Mark Small, Psychology
  • Institute for Engaged Aging: Dr. Lesley Ross, Psychology
  • Center for Research on Health Disparities: Dr. Veronica Parker, School of Nursing
  • Clemson Rural Health: Dr. Ron Gimbel, Public Health Sciences
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