Scholarly Innovation & Student Research

Supports student and faculty research, creative endeavors, and scholarly efforts, as well as develop the skills required for students to be successful in the workforce

We work together to foster student scholars within their disciplines, all across campus, at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We support student and faculty research, creative endeavors, and scholarly activities as ways to enhance and professionalize student skills in writing, critical thinking, and information literacy, which are foundational skills to successful, impactful, and meaningful lives.

Students Resources

Faculty Resources

 

FGCUScholarly Newsletter 

The FGCUScholarly Newsletter informs readers about societal topics (e.g., systemic racism & climate change) and annual celebrations (e.g., Pride & Indigenous Heritage month) through a scholarly lens by highlighting relevant work done by FGCU faculty, students, and alumni. The result is a publication that seeks to educate and engage students in topics they care about through the scholarly work being conducted on campus.

 

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Sample of Scholarly Newsletter

Tia Payton

To me, FGCUScholars is enrichment of the mind and passion. Through scholarly activities you open up numerous pathways to things you’d never thought of as interesting.”

Tia Payton

FGCUScholar Ambassador

Learn more about FGCUScholars

 

Showcase of Undergraduate Research Experiences

This one day event has students sharing their experiences in research/scholarship or creative endeavors through oral presentations. Attendees will get inspired by learning about other students’ experiences and learning about research/scholarly opportunities offered by FGCU faculty.

 

Quality Enhancement Plan   

The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), which ran from 2015-2020, sought to advance the skills of writing, critical thinking, and information literacy within majors and thus create a culture of inquiry that begins in the first year with Composition and concludes in the senior year with the Capstone course. 

Click the link to find more information, and check out our QEP Archive. 

 

 

Contact

Office of Scholarly Innovation and Student Research

10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
Edwards Hall 214
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565

 ous@fgcu.edu

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