Workshops and Events
Research Enabled Portal
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Economic & Community Development
Center for Neurodynamics (CND)
Community Innovation & Action Center (CIAC)
Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH)
The Research Development team offers a variety of workshops and events. Read more about these programs below.
Early Career Research Network
The Early Career Research Network (ECRN) is a yearlong program that aims to help early career faculty build productive research programs, obtain external funding, connect to campus resources and collaborators, and build supportive networks. For more information, contact Cynthia Jobe.
Current and Past ECRN Cohorts:
Early Career Research Network External Mentoring Program
The External Mentoring Program is a new pilot initiative that provides early career faculty in the 2020-2021 Early Career Research Network (ECRN) cohort with an opportunity to work with an external mentor as a complimentary component of participation in ECRN and to faculty mentoring within departments. This program is open to the current ECRN cohort at this time.
Early Career Research Symposium
The Early Career Research Symposium highlights the emerging research of early career faculty at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and provides an opportunity for faculty to connect with collaborators across disciplines. Coming October 2021.
Mid-Career Research Investment Program
Developed in collaboration with the Office of the Provost, the Mid-Career Research Investment program invests in high-potential faculty who may have experienced a temporary setback in research due to increased service, need for technical training, a change in research direction, family obligations, health concerns, loss of collaborators, limited access to students, or other factors. Individuals who participate in the Office of the Provost’s Associate to Full Professor program will receive priority consideration. For more information, contact Cynthia Jobe.