The Researcher Workshop Series is hosted by the University Libraries Research & Scholarship Department during the fall and spring semesters. These hands-on workshops are targeted toward faculty and graduate students in all disciplines and cover a variety of topics. Past workshops include:
Condensed recordings and supplemental materials from past workshops can be accessed in the Researcher Workshop Series research guide.
Watch for information about upcoming workshops on the Libraries website, in UNC Today, and on social media.
Schedule a one-on-one consultation with your subject librarian, who can give you individualized support for all aspects of your research and scholarship. Use the Subject & Liaison Librarian Directory to identify and find contact information for your disciplinary liaison.
For doctoral students, the Dissertation Prep and Writing Intensive workshop series offers intensive writing time and support for the writing of your proposal, dissertation, or capstone. Check this guide for updated information on upcoming workshops.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs periodically has training opportunities related to research and funding. Check the Education and Training page of the website for updates.
The Graduate School also offers workshops and trainings on various topics; a calendar is available on the Graduate School web page.
The Writing Center holds workshops for students on common issues in writing; view the current workshop schedule here.