research preparation

Alignment: Tools to Strengthen Your Project

This week we complete our Research Alignment series with discussion of tools to strengthen alignment during your research project. 

Alignment: Supporting Your Research Questions with Methods

This week we continue with our Research Alignment series and discuss the importance of aligning your research question and methods.

Understanding Secondary Data in Research

Secondary data – or “second-hand analysis” – can be and is often used for valuable research contributions. Learn more about what it is, why it matters, and more.

Boyer’s Series: How the Domains Grow Your Scholarship

In the last of the three-part Boyer’s Series, we reflect on how to integrate the Boyer’s model into your research and scholarship agenda and grow your professional development.

My Diploma on the Wall... Now What?

Alumnus and Researcher Dr. Jim Rice discusses his experiences in continuing research after completing his degree with the School of Advanced Studies. 

Selecting a Research Topic

How does one select a good research topic? Read on for insights from Research Center Chair Dr. James Gillespie.

Alignment: Driving Your Research Study on a Straight Path

Alignment is critical to the success of a research study. In the first of our three-part series on alignment, we discuss theoretical vs methodological alignment. 

Research Agenda Setting to Popular Yoga Poses

Senior Research Fellow Dr. Erik Bean compares the many ways in which setting a research agenda is similar to beginning a yoga practice. Beginners welcome!

Boyer’s Series: Identifying Scholarship in Action

In this second in the series on Boyer’s Model of Scholarship learn about what ongoing scholarship means to universities and faculty and how the scholarship activities faculty engage in align with the four domains.

Boyer’s Series: Introduction to Boyer’s Model

In the first of a series on Boyer’s Model of Scholarship in SAS, we present the importance of understanding Boyer’s Model for SAS Faculty and a brief review of Boyer’s Domains of Scholarship.

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