Workshop: Getting Started in Undergraduate Research

This workshop will provide students with an introduction to undergraduate research, equipping them with the skills they will need to get started on either an independent or a faculty-led research project. Topics to be covered include: finding a research mentor, understanding research in your discipline, identifying a research topic and question, and finding resources on campus to support undergraduate researchers.
February 25, 2013
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Kansas Union, Pine Room
785-864-7351


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Curiosity sparks KU paleontologist Chris Beard’s quest for man’s ancient cousins When he’s not scrutinizing ancient primate fossils in his KU lab, world-renowned paleontologist Chris Beard (http://bit.ly/1w3TQSj) is out stalking human evolutionary ancestors in remote corners of Libya, Turkey, China, Myanmar, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Egypt, Tunisia, or Kenya. Beard, who came to KU as a Foundation Distinguished Professor, has a passion for being out in the middle of nowhere and making a discovery — “There’s nothing better than that. It’s fabulous.”


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