Center for Student Research & Creative Work
The Center for Student Research & Creative Work supports students and mentors across the disciplines as they engage in the processes of creative inquiry, dissemination of their work, and self-development.
The Center serves both students and mentors in a variety of ways that will support their scholarly endeavors. Summer research, travel support, presentation opportunities, and mentor development are some examples.
If you are a student interested in learning more about research opportunities, please reach out to faculty members in your major/minor departments or set up a time to meet with Dr. Picardo, Center Director.
Additional research-related support:
St. John Fisher College expects all members of the campus community engaged in research to do so with integrity. The Center for Student Research & Creative Work provides access to online training in the Responsible Conduct of Research for students. The Office of Sponsored Programs grants coordinator, Julie Wilkens, maintains records of CITI RCR training for faculty/staff researchers. Contact Center Director Dr. Kristin Picardo at email@example.com to be enrolled.
Please also refer to the College's Research Misconduct Policy [pdf].
The IRB committee protects the rights of human subjects involved in research at Fisher. The IRB reviews proposals for research to ensure that confidentiality, informed consent, and safety are guaranteed. The committee considers any project which obtains data from human subjects as a project worthy of review. Please visit the IRB webpage for more details.
St. John Fisher College is committed to providing humane treatment and care for all of its animals, and to compliance with the requirements of the Animal Welfare Act and other applicable federal and state regulations. In its animal programs, the College is guided by the policies and principles set forth in the "Public Health Service Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals," and the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals as described in the Institutional Animal Care and Use Policies [pdf]. The College has appointed an institutional official to ensure that these commitments are carried out. For additional information and/or questions, contact Jennifer Gantress-Green, chair of IACUC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The office assists faculty in meeting their funding needs by guiding them through the grant submission process—from evaluating grant opportunities to reviewing and editing proposal drafts. Contact Maya Temperley, director, for more information at email@example.com or visit the Office of Sponsored Programs webpage.