Whether you want to learn more about how to find a research experience or you're ready to write your first abstract for a conference proposal, these video resources are here to guide you through the process from the student perspective.
In this presentation, you will identify your research interests, use key resources to find opportunities, and learn how to communicate with faculty.
In this presentation, we discuss what undergraduate research is, who participates, where it occurs, and why students participate, followed by opportunities for you to learn more.
Learn about summer research, the benefits of participation, and effective search strategies, including how to find and apply for opportunities.
Learn more about graduate school in the physical sciences and engineering from current grad students through this recorded panel discussion.
Learn more about graduate school in the biological sciences from current grad students through this recorded panel discussion.
Learn more about graduate school in the social sciences, arts, and humanities from current grad students through this recorded panel discussion.
What do an English major, a psychology major, a chemistry major, and a human biology major have in common? Working at the DHLC! Watch to learn about the work the DHLC lab does as well as the undergraduate researchers' experiences in the lab!
7 tips for writing your research abstract.