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First Annual EEB Undergraduate Research Symposium & Workshop

Friday   June 7, 2019
10:00 – 2:00 PM

Coastal Biology Building


If you’d like to present a poster, contact Robin Dunkin, rdunkin@ucsc.edu

We’re looking forward to celebrating our students’ achievements in undergraduate research at the upcoming first annual EEB Undergraduate Research Symposium on Friday, June 7. Since this is the first of what will hopefully be an annual event, we’re doing our best to encourage as much undergraduate participation as possible.
Have you participated in research either with an advisor OR as part of class?  We want to recognize the amazing work our EEB undergraduate researchers are doing and we invite others to attend to see what EEB research is like from people that have done it! Food and swag will be provided.
 In addition to the symposium, we will also have a workshop on how to apply for NSF graduate fellowships AND how to put together a professional academic CV (resume).
WHEN: Friday June 7, 2019 10am-2:00pm (posters& tables from 10am-11:30am)
WHERE: Coastal Biology Building (CBB110)
DETAILS: Food, drinks, and swag will be provided. We will be inviting EEB faculty and other dignitaries to attend and celebrate your work.
10-11:30 am Posters by undergrad researchers, Info table about field courses & organizations to help with your EEB degree
11:30 – 11:50 am  Graduate school – is it right for me? Application process
11:50 – 1 pm  NSF funding – what is it? Who can apply
       12-12:30 pm  NSF panel “How I landed the money”
       12:30 -12:45 pm  NSF breakout sessions – discuss/review NSF proposals or how to prepare/put together an application
        12:45 – 1 pm NSF breakout sessions part 2
1 – 2 pm  Resume/CV building – brief presentation followed by active writing session and review
We look forward to seeing you all there!
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