First-year honor society Alpha Lambda Delta is sponsoring two events to inform students about why and how to engage in on-campus research, scholarship and creative endeavors:
STEM Research Panel | Thursday, Oct. 1, at 5 p.m
- Faculty panelists: Chris Martine (Bio), Mark Haussmann (Bio/ANBE) and Dan Cavanagh (BME/ChemE)
- Student panelists: Sara Butler (’21 Physics), Deanna Cannizzaro (’21 Neuro) and Andrew Champlin (’21 Chem)
Arts, Humanities and Social Science Research Panel | Thursday, Oct. 15, at 4:30 p.m.
- Faculty panelists: Chris Boyatzis (Psych), Matthew Slater (Philo) and Elizabeth Durden (Soc)
- Student panelists: Catherine MacKay (’21 Theater), Aung Pyae Phyo (’21 MGMT, digital scholarship) and Ariel Booker (’21 WGST, Psych)
The panels will address questions such as:
- Why is it important for all students to pursue undergraduate research?
- How can students approach finding a faculty mentor? When?
- How can students secure academic credit or payment for their work?
- How do students author publications based on their research?