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UCARE/Summer Research Program Workshop

Office of Graduate Studies

8:30 am – 10:00 am
Love Library South Room: 102
1248 R St
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: LLS
Target Audiences:
Kali Patterson, (402) 472-6023,
This in-person workshop series is part of the 2024 Summer Research Program (SRP) as well as the summer Undergraduate Creative Activities & Research Experiences (UCARE) program. Please bring your NCard to these events!

Our joint summer programming features research skills development, strengthened mentor-mentee and peer relationships, and strategies for successful application to graduate school and transition to more advanced research activities.

Topics include:
June 4: Mentor Relationships (Dr. Christine Wittich, Civil & Environmental Engineering); Mentor Panel (Dr. Katrina Jagodinsky, History; Dr. Amanda Ramer-Tait, Food Science & Technology; Dr. Yusong Li, Civil & Environmental Engineering)
June 5: Responsible Conduct of Research (Sara Quinn, Director, Research Compliance Services); Authorship (Dr. Mark Griep, Chemistry)
June 6: Artificial Intelligence (AI) Ethics (Dr. Scout Calvert, UNL Libraries)
June 7: Research Support (Dr. Janel Simons, UNL Libraries)
June 12: Plan Your Success (Hamza Rfissa, Educational Studies - Teaching, Curriculum and Learning)
June 26: Data Visualization (Dr. Susan VanderPlas, Statistics)
July 3: Academic Writing (Dr. Christine Booth, Agronomy & Horticulture)
July 10: Being a Public Expert (Dr. Laura Young, Agricultural Leadership, Education, & Communication)
July 17: Applying to Graduate School/Funding (Casey Coleman, Office of Graduate Studies; Courtney Santos, Undergraduate Research & Fellowships)
July 24: Graduate Student Panel (Darryl York, Computer Science & Computer Engineering; Raymond Smith, Electrical Engineering; Alyssa Hall, Agronomy & Horticulture; Karissa Jelonek, Computer Science)
July 31: Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Prep (Dr. Lisa Rohde, Office of Graduate Studies)

Photo caption: Quin Barton, a first generation student majoring in Biological Sciences, presents research findings at the April 2024 “Research at the Governor’s Mansion” event. Barton began research in the First Year Research Experience (FYRE) program and has continued work under the mentorship of Professor Wayne Reikhof in the Undergraduate Creative Activities & Research Experiences (UCARE) program.

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This event originated in Undergraduate Research & Fellowships.