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Undergraduate Research Perspectives

Biology And Biomedical Sciences 4935 - Spring 2019

The purpose of this course is for students to acquire a broad perspective on their hands-on research. What are your big questions? How will you communicate your discoveries? How do your results fit with what has gone before? Each semester will have a focus, which might be science communication, statistics, or critical reading, for example. Required activities may include weekly writing, participation in a poster session, research, presentations, and attendance. Enrollment is by permission only from Joan Strassmann. This course is required for undergraduates conducting research in the Queller/Strassmann laboratories and is open to other students, graduate and undergraduate involved in research. Credit 1 - 3 units. Joan Strassmann, David Queller, and selected postdoctoral fellows
Course Attributes: FA NSMBU SCIAR NSMAS NSM

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Undergraduate Research Perspectives
INSTRUCTOR: Brock
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