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Spring 2018 Student Funding--Coming Soon!
Information about a Student Funding Workshop and Spring funding cycles will be posted soon! Watch the site!
VSCA Conference
Last week, students from the school counseling track of the counselor education program attended the Virginia School Counselor Association Conference in Hampton, VA. Upon arrival on Wednesday night, there was a meet and greet where students met one of the keynote speakers at the conference. Thursday was full of breakout sessions with topics ranging from ... Continue reading →
Data Analysis
With the increased use of social media in today’s society, I thought it relevant to examine a data set that pertains to that topic specifically. According to the Pew Research Center, around seven-in-ten Americans use social media to connect with one another, engage with news content, share information and entertain themselves. With all of the ... Continue reading →
OSR is Back on the Blogs!!!
In order to make it easier for faculty and students to find the most current information from the Office of Student Research, we are once again posting information on Inquiry, the blog site for the Office of Student Research.
Inquiry: Office of Student Research
The Office of Student Research promotes undergraduate student research through professional development workshops, consultations and initiatives that support collaborative and independent research. What Is Research? Research is not just lab coats and test tubes. Research is the process where a person: ASKS a question with no immediate answer FINDS the best sources or evidence to answer the ... Continue reading →
From Spam to Hate 2
October 17, 2017 Duration: 46 minutes Continued to edit hate.py
Poverty Rates and Degree Earnings: Data Analysis Project
For this data analysis project, I choose to study the unemployment and poverty rate between males and females. I expected to find a big difference between the two genders, but was surprised to see that the data turned out to be almost equal. The chart gives equal percentages between both the males and the females. ... Continue reading →
Poverty Rates and Degree Earnings: Data Analysis Project
For this data analysis project, I choose to study the unemployment and poverty rate between males and females. I expected to find a big difference between the two genders, but was surprised to see that the data turned out to be almost equal. The chart gives equal percentages between both the males and the females. ... Continue reading →