Events

The 2023 RSE Workshops

Date

Workshop Topic 

Focus 

Presenter(s), link

Jan 5, 2023

5-6 pm AZ Time

ILA 2023 Proposal Assistance Meeting

 

Description: This webinar helps the participants develop acceptable proposals for ILA 2023 conference.

Scholarship Development

Dr. Erik Bean

Collaborate link   

Thursday, 1/12/23

4:00 - 5:30 PM (MST)

Title: DEEP DIVE: The MEAL Plan

Description: Effective paragraphing is a central skill in academic writing. The MEAL Plan (Main idea, Evidence, Analysis, Link) format is an easy, effective strategy to help students construct paragraphs that can serve as a foundational building block as students move from technical to academic writing in a clear and concise manner. 

Writing Support

CDS Writing Support Team

Registration is required and participation is capped at 20 participants. Register at https://forms.gle/ipKwTSAhNm9UDFr87

Jan 26, 2023 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a case study design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a case study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi Collaborate link

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

February 2, 2023

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a content analysis design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a content analysis study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Erik Bean

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

Thursday, 2/9/23

4:00 - 5:30 PM (MST)

Title:  DEEP DIVE: Identifying Peer-Reviewed Sources for Academic Writing

Description:  When writing in an academic environment, faculty require students to utilize articles from peer-reviewed journals. A student may see the phrase “refereed journal” or “scholarly journal” and both are used to describe the same type of journal. But what are peer-reviewed, refereed, or scholarly journal articles, and why do faculty require their use?  

Writing Support

CDS Writing Support Team

Registration is required and participation is capped at 20 participants. Register at https://forms.gle/ipKwTSAhNm9UDFr87

Feb 16, 2023

CDS Alumni Webinar

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee  

Description: Join this webinar to learn about the doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted the career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

CDS Alumni Special Interest Group

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

Feb 23, 2023 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a narrative inquiry design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a narrative Inquiry study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Jim Lane 

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

March 2, 2023 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a correlation design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a correlation study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

Thursday, 3/9/23

4:00 - 5:30 PM (MST)

Title: DEEP DIVE: Synthesizing 

Description: This session details how to sort articles by themes or categories in preparation for writing your literature review; show how the articles relate to one another (through comparisons and contrasts); reveals how each article makes its own point about the topic and finally, how each article establishes its own argument or subargument. 

Writing Support

CDS Writing Support Team

Registration is required and participation is capped at 20 participants. Register at https://forms.gle/ipKwTSAhNm9UDFr87

Saturday, 3/18/23

9:00 AM Mountain/ 11:00 AM Eastern

The College of Doctoral Studies Student Coffee Chat (SCC) is a virtual, bi-monthly event aimed at fostering student success. Each session includes a lively discussion, with like-minded people, for inspiration and guidance as you advance within your program and beyond. SCC topics are announced approximately one month beforehand, so please visit the SCC page often!

CDS Student Coffee Chat

Registration is required. Register for the CDS Student Coffee Chat here.

March 23, 2023  

4-5 pm AZ Time

 

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a grounded theory design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a grounded theory study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Mark McCaslin  

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

April 6, 2023 

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a Q Methodology design

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a Q Methodology study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Stella Smith

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

Thursday, 4/13/23

4:00 - 5:30 PM (MST)

Title:  DEEP DIVE: APA Rules for Citations and Resources

Description: This session will allow students to familiarize themselves with some of the basic format requirements. This 90-minute workshop will highlight general guidelines students should know, familiarize students with effective utilization of the manual, and present the mechanics of some of the more common citation and resource formats.

Writing Support

CDS Writing Support Team

Registration is required and participation is capped at 20 participants. Register at https://forms.gle/ipKwTSAhNm9UDFr87

­­April 20, 2023

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a casual comparative (EX Post Facto) design

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a casual comparative (EX Post Facto)study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources.  

Thursday, 5/11/23

4:00 - 5:30 PM (MST)

Title:  DEEP DIVE:  Proposal and Dissertation Alignment 

Description:  Dissertation alignment is a key concept in writing a dissertation. Alignment must be evidenced throughout the proposal and final dissertation. Each section of the proposal is focused and consistent on specific content of the proposal elements. This workshop session will help students narrow their focus and develop consistency in presenting the Title, Problem Statement, Purpose Statement, and Research Questions throughout the proposal and dissertation. Proper alignment ensures the methodology is sound. Examples of alignment for each of the research chapters will be presented during the session. 

Writing Support

CDS Writing Support Team

Registration is required and participation is capped at 20 participants. Register at https://forms.gle/ipKwTSAhNm9UDFr87

May 18, 2023

CDS Alumni Webinar

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee   

Description: Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

CDS Alumni Special Interest Group

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

 

Saturday, 5/20/23

9:00 AM Mountain/ 11:00 AM Eastern

The College of Doctoral Studies Student Coffee Chat (SCC) is a virtual, bi-monthly event aimed at fostering student success. Each session includes a lively discussion, with like-minded people, for inspiration and guidance as you advance within your program and beyond. SCC topics are announced approximately one month beforehand, so please visit the SCC page often!

CDS Student Coffee Chat

Registration is required. Register for the CDS Student Coffee Chat here.

May 25, 2023 

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: An introduction to PsyToolkit: A Survey Instrument Resource

 

Description: Join this webinar for an overview PsyToolkit a free tool where you can create surveys, experiments and aggregate data.

Research Design

Dr. Rodney Luster 

Collaborate link   

June 8, 2023

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for an Action Research 

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for action research. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi 

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

July 13, 2023

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a repeated measure design.

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a repeated measure study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG) 

Dr. Frederick Lawrence 

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

July 27, 2023  

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a phenomenology design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a phenomenology study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

 Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Karen Johnson 

 Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

Aug 3, 2023  

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a regression design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a regression study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Frederick Lawrence

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

Aug 17, 2023

CDS Alumni Webinar

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee    

Description: Join this webinar to learn about the doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted the career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

CDS Alumni Special Interest Group

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link   

Sept 21, 2023

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a Delphi design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a Delphi study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

 Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Phil Davidson

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

Oct 19, 2023

4-5 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for a program evaluation design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for a program evaluation study. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Jim Lane

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

Nov 9, 2023 

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: Research problem, purpose, and questions for an appreciative inquiry design

 

Description: This webinar provides detailed explanations and examples for developing appropriate research problems, purposes, and questions for an appreciative inquiry. Participants may bring their examples to discuss.

Research Designs

 

Research Methodology Group (RMG)

Dr. Jim Lane

Collaborate link   

Visit RMG for additional method resources. 

Nov 16, 2023

CDS Alumni Webinar

5-6 pm AZ Time

Title: UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dissertation of the Year Awardee    

Description: Join this webinar to learn about the doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted the career development of the speaker. 

Alumni/student Professional Development

CDS Alumni Special Interest Group

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Collaborate link