College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Centers & Institutes > Faculty Scholarship Collaborative > Services & Resources
The FSC promotes, enhances, facilitates, and supports faculty, staff, and student engagement in methodologically diverse, socially relevant research and creative activity by providing the physical space and human capital necessary to develop a robust infrastructure for designing scholarly projects, helping faculty scholars obtain internal and external funding for their work, implementing funded research programs, and forming mutually productive and rewarding relationships with community organizations and other universities.
The following resources and services available to faculty scholars and their student assistants from the FSC.
Technical assistance with obtaining external funding and carrying out research for all faculty, staff, and students, specifically:
FSC provides customized, capacity-building training, workshops and seminars in a variety of areas, including:
FSC’s conference space may be reserved for workshops, meetings, brown bag sessions, other small group gatherings. The conference space includes table seating for 12 and is equipped with an HD TV, a projector, and a laptop with internet access.
Our Macro and Micro computer labs are available to conduct trainings, workshops, and informal sessions. The Macro Lab has 15 iMacs and 7 PCs; statistical, GIS, audio-video, graphic design software, accessories such as video cameras, audio recorders, a flatbed scanner, LCD projector, etc. The Micro Lab has 4 PCs and access to transcription software and statistical software.
Research resources includes: