Proposal Writing Workshop

Proposal Writing for Undergraduate Researchers Workshop

The Office of Undergraduate Research has partnered with The Writing Center to offer an exciting new workshop for undergraduate students. In this workshop, we will discuss the fundamentals of proposal writing, guiding students to formulate successful research projects and explain their research in a concise and compelling manner that is understandable to a general audience. Students will leave the workshop with (1) basic knowledge about research proposals and their structure, (2) tactics and tools to write successful research statements, and (3) a list of resources for assistance in the writing process.

Each workshop is limited to the first 30 applicants. For more information and for details on how to register please visit:

ECON Tutoring Available

Are you taking an ECON course this semester?

The ECON Tutoring Center is now open! Tutors are advanced-level ECON undergraduate students who meet high academic and tutoring standards. Students may stop by anytime the Tutoring Center is open.


1:00 – 5:00pm
15 David Kinley Hall (DKH) – Basement level


Tutoring for the following courses:

ECON 102, 103, 202, 203, 302, 303, and some advanced level topics (400s) Math (MATH 220/221 & 231)


For a detailed list of ECON Tutors, please click here. There you will find the hours they work (subject to change), additional coursework they tutor, and general information.

The Mindful Student: Discovering Your Strengths and Re-Imagining “Success”

Monday, September 11
4:00–5:30 p.m.
1028 Lincoln Hall

This workshop provides opportunities to explore how mindfulness can help you in your life as a student.  Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present; it allows you to observe your thoughts and feelings without judging them good or bad, an approach that can be particularly helpful when dealing with setbacks or making difficult decisions.  The emphasis in this workshop will be on how attitudes of mindfulness can help you slow down, take stock, and learn to define your own success.

See for more information about this and other Fall 2017 workshops in the LAS Success series. To learn more about this workshop, email

How to Study for a Multiple-Choice Exam in Psychology – Feb. 23

How to study for a multiple-choice exam in Psychology

Tuesday, February 23rd
4:00 – 5:15 p.m.
27 Psychology Building

Do you hate multiple-choice exams? Do you think the questions are tricky, or based on content you thought was trivial? Do you find that your scores on multiple-choice questions are consistently lower than your scores on written answer questions?  If so, this 1.5- hour workshop may be for you. For better or worse, multiple-choice questions are a staple of psychology courses, and they are here to stay. The good news is that there are ways to study effectively for multiple-choice tests. This workshop will focus on dispelling some common misconceptions about studying for multiple-choice tests. We will discuss how to know what you need to know, how to know when you know it, how to use the resources you have, including your time, effectively.

This event is part of the LAS Success Workshops series.