Faculty Research Circles
Join a community of faculty grouped by research interests or skills
Discover people across campus who share similar artistic, scholarly, and research interests or skills as you. Alternatively, find people with different skills and interests who can support your work and potentially serve as collaborators. The Faculty Research Circles will get you started in creating interdisciplinary interest communities.
CRASE is committed to research, scholarship, and artistic efforts that directly investigate, address, and foster conversation and interventions about the range of personal, social, and political issues emerging from the increase of attacks on faculty academic freedom. As scholars, how do we negotiate our academic and equity-oriented identities and priorities in divided and often dangerous intellectual spaces? How do we make decisions about personal and professional censorship in our research, artwork, writing, public scholarship, and social media? Faculty research and creative works are facing new threats—especially as they may push up against far left- or right-wing political views.
CRASE is seeking proposals from faculty Interdisciplinary Action Groups, which represent teams of full-time USF faculty across at least 2 colleges/schools and 3 departments. These groups collectivize to conduct innovative projects which address our theme, Academic Risk and Freedom in Dangerous Times.
During this one-hour session, CRASE Program Assistant Sara Fan will come to your office and work with you to begin setting up your academic social media profiles for ORCID, Google Scholar, ResearchGate, and Academia.edu.