Graduate Research and Scholarship at UC: Imaginative, Inspiring and Groundbreaking
The research and scholarship conducted by graduate students at the University of Cincinnati is as diverse as the institution's 300-plus degree programs. The university strives to increase and advance its research and intellectual activity. For this reason, graduate students pursue activities in the creative and performing arts that are meant to initiate and inspire alongside scholarly exploration that is designed to expand and enlighten.
The GSUM/SUMR-UC program provides the opportunity for an undergraduate student and a UC graduate student to collaborate on a summer research project. Isaiah Rolle and Sam Imfeld sat down with GradCURRENTS to discuss their (nearly) completed research project and their experience with the program.
The IRB is the organization that must approve ALL human subject research. This applies to research may seem fairly innocuous, such as conducting a survey. Here is the official statement of policy from the IRB’s website.
Think hard about your career aspirations. If you aren’t building the skills you'll need to land your dream job, you’re doing yourself a disservice. Professional development is an integral part of the graduate education experience. Lucky for you, UC offers all kinds of opportunities for professional development.