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Melissa Eblen-Zayas
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Project Description

Description of Summer Science Fellows program (Acrobat (PDF) 232kB Jun21 13)


Students who participate in the Science Fellows program will develop future research and career goals, understand course material better through application, become more comfortable with lab work, and experience a greater sense of connection with students having similar research experiences. The colloquium prior to the initial summer will prepare students to understand the research process and the expectations of being a member of a research group. The colloquium after the summer will prepare students to communicate the results of their research and to leverage their summer research experience to meet future research and career goals.


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