Research Community Invited to Coffee and Donuts Forum - March 5th

The campus research community is invited to the monthly Coffee and Donuts forum from 9-11 a.m. March 5th, Feb. 5.

The schedule is as follows:
  • 9 – 11 a.m. Microforms area – 1st Floor
    Open forum to mingle. Support staff will be available to answer questions on data management planning, research computing and proposal development.

  • 10 – 11 a.m. Frank Church Room – 2nd Floor
    Ken Cornell, Associate Director of the Biomolecular Research Center (BRC)

    Ken Cornell will present an overview of the BRC and its comprehensive website. The BRC provides fee-for-service access to a variety of instrumentation, proposal development and manuscript preparation support, trainings, and networking opportunities.

    Dr. Cornell’s presentation will explain how researchers can utilize and replicate these services within their own units.
Coffee and Donuts is presented by the Research Computing Department, Albertsons Library and the Division of Research and Economic Development. The forum includes information on available resources and support services and is meant to allow faculty and students to visit with one another and administrative staff and establish a sense of community.

Additional Coffee and Donuts forums will be presented from 9-11 a.m. on April 2, and May 7. Each forum will highlight a specific topic, research area, or expertise. Agenda with details will be posted prior to each event.

Michelle Armstrong,
Scholarly Communications and Data Management Librarian

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