Student-Faculty Research Collaborative

Spring Research Series

EVENTS:

Student Research Symposium - Tuesday, March 5, 2024, 5–9 PM in the new Science Building. The Student Research Symposium is designed to promote and recognize excellence in student scholarly research and creative activities. This annual symposium gives undergrad and graduate students from across campus the opportunity to present their research or creative work in one of three ways: the 3-Minute Mini Presentation, 10-Minute Presentation, and a Poster Session. 

Sense of Place & Civic Expo Thursday, April 25, 2024, 11 AM-3 PM in Selvesters 100. Sense of Place & Civic Expo are biannual events are designed to foster active student participation in mutual engagement with the campus and community. The Civic Expo from 2:15-3PM in Selvesters 100 will host various campus and community organizations take part to inform students of the resources and opportunities they offer. Please visit the website for more details.

College of Natural Sciences Poster SessionMonday, April 29, 2024, for 10 AM-4 PM in Colusa 100. The annual College of Natural Sciences Poster Session is an established event where students, faculty and clubs have the opportunity to present their original research or student activities to the College, University and Chico Community. Contact the College of Natural Sciences Dean's office in Science 413 for more information.

COLLEGE, DEPARTMENT & RESEARCH SERIES

Anthropology Forum Series - Seminars are held every Thursday 4-5 PM in HOLT 170 and via Zoom. Visit the website for a list of seminar topics and Zoom link.

Art & Art History Events - Events are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for a list of events.

Chemistry & Biochemistry Friday Seminar Series - Seminars are held every Friday at 1 PM in Glenn 306. Visit the website for a list of seminar topics.

College of Business Events - Events are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for a list of events, including the Center for Entrepreneurship speaker series.

Community CodingGot data and working on analysis? Got questions on using R or other programming languages? Great way to dedicate time to working on that project you've been meaning to get around to. Come and hang out with other coders in a welcoming and supportive environment. Visit the website for schedule. 

Computer Science Seminar Series (Google Sheet) - Seminars are held Fridays from 2-2:50 PM in OCNL 254. Visit the link for a list of seminar topics.

Humanities and Fine Arts Events - Events are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for a list of events.

Humanities Center Events - This year's theme is water. The Humanities Center will host a series of lectures and films exploring our human relationships with water. Visit the link for events throughout the semester.

Mathematics & Statistics Friday Colloquium Series - Colloquia are typically held on Fridays at 4 PM in HOLT 175. Visit the website for a list of colloquia topics.

Office of Graduate Studies Events & Workshops - Events and workshops are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for more information.

Philosophy Colloquium Series - Speaker series are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for more information.

Psychology Get Psyched! Speaker Series & other activities - Speaker series and other activities are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for more information.

Writer's Voice Series - Readings are held throughout the semester. Visit the website for a list of readings.

Elephants, Rhinos, and People with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERP) and CU Boulder Research Focus: Ongoing work with CSU Farm and ERP in S. Africa to detect, track, and monitor large animals in large spaces. Goals for ERP are to help keep people out of conflict with elephants and rhinos and to prevent poaching. In North America, goals are to monitor free range cattle and interactions they have with wildlife (wild horses, elk, wolves, and pronghorn). Computer Science Student Research Group meets Thursdays @ 6:30 PM PDT, via ZOOM(opens in new window). Contact mmittman@csuchico.edu for passcode. 

All events are open to everyone! Please connect if you have a research event to share!