SUMMER RESEARCHERS ACTIVITIES

2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Activities

Events open to all NC State undergraduates and Summer Research Program attendees!

This table will be updated as events for summer 2020 are finalized. All of the summer programming has moved to virtual formats.

May 27, 2020

Wednesday | 1:00-2:30p

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Welcome, Safety Orientation and Ice Breaker: Dr. Chris Ashwell, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Professor of Animal Genomics, Prestage Department of Poultry Science

All REU/ Summer Program research students, independent summer researcher students, mentors, and administrators of programs are invited.

  • Ice Breaker Activity
  • Basic safety information for students engaged in research and living on the campus. Specific safety information, if required, for their research and facility to be provided by mentors.

To watch the Zoom recording please Click Here

June 4, 2020

Thursday | 9:30-11:30a

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Research Ethics Seminar: Dr. Chris Ashwell, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Professor of Animal Genomics, Prestage Department of Poultry Science

This is a general content area session to cover misconduct (falsification, fabrication, plagiarism), data management, authorship, and mentorship.

  • Programs will need to follow-up with case studies in content areas or review other options for small group case study discussions.

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June 11, 2020

Thursday | 9:30-11:30a

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Diversity Seminar/Workshop: Dr. Chris Ashwell, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Professor of Animal Genomics, Prestage Department of Poultry Science

This will be an online general diversity as well as a focus on diversity within research seminar/workshop with a panel of faculty. [Rescheduled from June 4, 2020]

This workshop was not recorded.

June 18, 2020

Thursday | 9:30a-12p

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Creating Effective Research Poster and Summer Symposium Registration Workshop: Dr. Chris Ashwell, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Annie Carlson Welch, Associate Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research

  • Students learn how to construct a good poster, do’s and don’ts of good posters and what to expect at the Symposium.
  • Registration site for summer symposium opens at 12p and step by step registration instructions will be provided during this session

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June 23, 2020

Tuesday | 9:30-11:00a

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Funding Graduate School and the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program: Courtney Hughes, Director of the University Fellowships Office and a panel of NSF GRFP recipient graduate students.

  • Students will learn about applying for graduate school and the NSF GRFP
  • Students will be able to ask the panel questions

To watch the Zoom recording please CLICK HERE

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CLICK HERE TO ACCESS COURTNEY HUGHES PRESENTATION

July 2, July 9, & July 16

Thursday | 9:30-10:30a

Virtual Zoom

OPEN to ALL STUDENTS

Coffee Chat – Casual hangout for summer researchers
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July 23, 2020
Thursday | Noon (12p)

 

Deadline for student registration and abstract submission for Summer Symposium

  • Mentors MUST approve the abstract by the deadline in order for students to present and be included in abstract book.
  • Students will need to upload their PDF poster, PowerPoint slideshow and YouTube audio or video

Thursday July, 30 2020

Virtual – All Day

OPEN to the PUBLIC

NC State Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium

  • The 2020 summer symposium will occur in a virtual format.
  • Students will present their poster with video overview or oral presentation, both using YouTube
  • The symposium will be available to all NC State email address holders for at least 14 days after the event