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The goal of Research4Life ( is to reduce the knowledge gap between high- and low- and middle-income countries (LMIC’s) by providing
free or low-cost access to online scholarly, professional and research information in five programs: Health and Social Science
Development and Innovation
Global Justice
This training creates program awareness prior to departure for an in-country experience. Through instruction and exercises, learners will be able to: 

We are currently conducting a needs analysis so that we can identify learning opportunities where employees can develop skills and knowledge. This includes an in-depth analysis of current learning programs, modifying them to better align with our needs and add programs where gaps have been identified. To ensure that programs meet your needs, it is important for us to solicit your input.
We will be hosting several learning needs assessment sessions at multiple locations throughout the campus. Join us for an engaging one hour session on a date and time that is convenient for you.

A successful job search is often predicated on networking. In fact, networking should become a part of your daily work and career-related endeavors. Join Cynthia Washington as she discusses how to effectively use one of the most powerful tools you have when navigating the job search process.

Undergraduate Student Seminar: What You Should be Doing Now to Apply in Your Senior Year for the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Award

National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Workshop: Developing, Implementing, and Writing a High-Quality CAREER Proposal and Integrated Research and Education Plan (IRP) in a Broader Impacts Paradigm