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Tag Archives: research
Hurricanes destroy property and take lives, but they also inspire many research topics. Storm related questions include: Does climate change mean more and stronger storms? Is the Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane intensity accurate? What is the human cost of living … Continue reading
Web of Science, a Thomson-Reuters database, is now connected to Google Scholar–and vice versa. Here’s how: In Web of Science, the full record of the citation includes a link to Google Scholar. This is useful to view Google Scholar counts … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dr. Kymberle Sterling for her latest research article, Exposure to Celebrity-Endorsed Small Cigar Promotions and Susceptibility to Use among Young Adult Cigarette Smokers.* Dr. Sterling serves as an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health’s Health Promotion … Continue reading
Throughout the year, the Library offers a series of convenient workshops and tutorials to help you succeed. However, during midterms , we offer a special series – Midpoint Research Clinics. All of these sessions will be in Classroom 1. Just … Continue reading
The role of Community-Based Participatory Research and its potential in reducing worldwide health disparities is described in the latest issue of Health Education Research. The Executive Editor of the journal is Dr. Michael Eriksen, founding Dean of GSU’s future School … Continue reading
On Friday, October 22, the 10th annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference was held at the Rialto Center for the Arts. On display were 45 impressive posters outlining scientific research studies conducted by undergraduate psychology students in collaboration with faculty advisors. … Continue reading