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Educational Seminars and Information Sessions

Educational Seminars and Information Sessions

SOURCE offers information sessions about the following topics:

  • All About Finding Undergraduate Research and Creative Project Opportunities

    Monday, February 5, 3:15 PM, Sears Library 480

    Thursday, February 8, 4PM, Wickenden 321 

    Thursday, February 15, 4PM, Wickenden 321

    Friday, February 16, 4PM, Nord 400 (specific to Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences)

    Thursday, February 22, 4PM, Wickenden 321 

    Monday, February 26, 3:15 PM, Sears Library 480

    Monday, March 26, 3:15 PM, Sears Library 480

    Thursday, April 5, 4PM, Sears Library 356

    Monday, April 9, 3:15 PM, Sears Library 480

    Thursday, April 19, 4PM, Sears Library 356

    Monday, April 23, 3:15 PM, Sears Library 480


  • Basics of Making a Research Poster, by Amanda Koziura, KSL Librarian, April 2, 3:15pm, Sears Library 356
  • Improving Presentation Skills, by Jennifer DeSantis, ESS Assistant Director for Academic Resources: April 9, 3:15pm, Sears Library 356
  • Applying to Graduate School - and Writing Those Pesky Personal Statements, presented by: Dr. Emily Pentzer and Dr. Ina Martin with a group panel: Friday, February 16, 12:45- 2PM, Sears Library 480
  • The Elevator Pitch Workshop: Presenting Your Research to Strangers (choose one that works for you)



Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) educational seminars are offered on the following topics (co-sponsored by the Office of Research Administration): 


  • Communication and Collaboration 

  • Data Management 

  • Humans and Animals

  • Laboratory Safety