USF Center for Research, Artistic, and Scholarly Excellence. Video credited to Woo Nguyen

Books on a table

All-Day Writing Event with the Editor

Saturday, February 2, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Zief Law Library Terrace Room

SF from Treasure Island

Manuel Pastor in Conversation with Marisa Lagos: What the Bay Area Tells us about America’s Hopeful Future

Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 2:30–5:00 p.m.
Gleeson Library – Monihan Atrium

Collaborate More. Start Small. Think Big.

In some ways, Faculty Research Circles could be seen as building a 21st century rolodex or academic network. Before joining or creating a new Circle, consider your interests in big picture terms that extend beyond departmental or disciplinary boundaries.

Human Rights Circle

26 Members

Fence

Guantánamo’s Legacy

Today is the 17th anniversary of the opening of the Guantánamo Bay detention center in Cuba. Seven hundred and eighty Muslim men and boys were held in the prison. Many were held for a decade or longer, and nearly all were held without charges.

Michelle Millar

Faculty Spotlight: Michelle Millar

Michelle Millar lived in Las Vegas while working on her Ph.D. in Hospitality Administration. During our conversation, we discussed sustainability and greening in the hotel industry, the relationship between academia and industry, and her recent research.

Rachel Brahinsky

Faculty Spotlight: Rachel Brahinsky

Rachel Brahinksy began her career as a Bay Area reporter. During our conversation, we talked about her research, historical geography, and how San Francisco has changed over the years. How did you first become interested in research? Before I did my Ph.D., I was a

CRASE Pecha Kucha

During this event, faculty presenters talked about their scholarly work in a highly visual and fast-paced Pecha Kucha style. Over fifty people attended the event on Thursday, September 6, 2018.

Participants at the Writing Retreat

Japantown Writing Retreat

CRASE offered a writing retreat for full-time faculty to get a head start on their summer writing at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco Japantown. This was an opportunity for faculty to reflect on their writing process, develop a strategy for tackling their summer writing

R Boot Camp: R Basics and Advanced

R is a free, user-friendly, statistical software program that is increasingly popular at universities and workplaces. The R Basics Boot Camp discussed topics including getting to know your data; cleaning your data; statistical tests such as correlation, chi square tests, T-tests, ANOVA, and regression; and

Julie Nice

Faculty Spotlight: Julie Nice

Before going to law school, Julie Nice worked as a domestic violence advocate. During our conversation, we discussed the importance of telling the stories behind cases and how her students inspire her.

Audience gathered as Jenifer Wofford speaks

Inspirations from Anting Anting: Magic Objects of Protection

Co-sponsored by the Thacher Gallery, this event focused on objects of protection from the Philippines, also known as Anting Anting created by Michael Arcega. For this event, participants presented a brief fictional 2 minute story/visual/poem responding to an art object from the exhibition. Presenters included