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How to Mentor Undergraduate Research Students

This panel discussion includes faculty who have had success with mentoring undergraduate STEM students. Come learn from your colleagues as they describe their experiences, types of projects, do's and don'ts, importance of hands-on experience to the students, and limitations of working with undergraduate students on research projects. We will also cover some of the best practices in mentoring from pedagogical research.

  • Led by: Drs. Tiera Coston (CAT); Andrea Edwards (Computer Science), Thomas Huckaba (Biology), and Kathleen Morgan (Chemistry)
  • Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
  • Time: 1:00 - 3:00 PM
  • Location: Mellon Seminar Room, Library 5th Floor

Tags: I-CUBED, STEM, mentoring, undergraduate research
Format: panel
Event ID: 01222

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