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Taking Control of Your Research Path Workshop

The guide accompanies the "Taking Control of Your Research Path Workshop" held in the Carlson Student Research Space.

General Resources for Discipline Based Research

Disciplines

Finding Your Research Path in Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
January 25, 2018: 6 – 8 pm
Carlson Science & Engineering Library, Ground Floor

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering majors will explore their research interests, learn from upper classmen about research experiences, scout out what research is happening at the UR and beyond and what faculty have been publishing.  They will use this knowledge to start an elevator pitch, a professional email or a research application based on their personal needs.  Cosponsored by the UCC, the AIChE and Carlson Library.  Pizza will be provided.

Past Workshops

Finding Your Research Path in Chemical Engineering
February 24, 5 - 6pm
Gavett 244

Chemical Engineering majors will explore their research interests, learn from upper classmen about research experiences, scout out what research is happening at the UR and what faculty have been publishing.  They will use this knowledge to start an elevator pitch, a professional email or a research application based on their personal needs.  Light snacks will be provided.  Please register to help us plan and to receive a worksheet that will prepare you for the workshop.  Cosponsored by the AIChE and Carlson Library. 

Paths to Research in Biomedical Engineering
When: Thursday 10/5, 3:30 to 4:30pm
Where: Carlson Library 1st Floor, Outside VISTA Collaboratory
Register: http://libcal.lib.rochester.edu/event/3629349

Come learn about how to get started in a lab! The Paths to Research panel series asks faculty and undergraduates to share their experiences with collaborations in research. We'll explore questions around how students get connected to faculty, how students and faculty decide to work together, and what it's like in the lab environment. This BME edition features the labs of Ross Maddox and Mark Buckley.

Register today to reserve your spot in the conversation! http://libcal.lib.rochester.edu/event/3629349


Sponsored by Carlson Student Research Space & Department of Biomedical Engineering

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