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Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research ­ Summer Talks for Student
Researchers

 
Undergraduate student researchers at the University of Maryland, College
Park are welcome to attend talks this coming week on:
 
1. ³So you¹re doing summer  research ­ what next???²
 
Wednesday, July 17 from 4 pm to 5 pm in Plant Sciences 1140
 
TOPIC: Engaging in a summer research can be a great experience, but there
are additional steps you can take to add value to your work ­ this talk
will offer suggestions and advice for preparing to present your research,
for communicating the content of your research in your resume and grad
school applications, as well as for identifying additional research
experiences for next summer.

2. Attention rising Sophomores and Juniors ­ Learn all about the Goldwater
Scholarship Program for students planning STEM research careers"

Tuesday, July 23 from 4 pm to 5 pm in Plant Sciences 1140

TOPIC: The Goldwater Scholarship is the nation's most prestigious award
for sophomores and juniors thinking seriously about pursuing Ph.D.'s and
research careers in Science, Mathematics, or Engineering. If you have a
strong academic record, substantial or growing research experience, and
are thinking about a career as a scientist, learn more about the Goldwater
application and nomination process at Maryland ­ applying for Goldwater
nomination can be a great way to prepare yourself for graduate school
applications! Please note: You must be a US citizen or permanent resident
to apply for the NSF graduate research fellowship.
 
3. ³Applying for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research
Fellowship² ­ UNDERGRADS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS WELCOME
 
Wednesday, July 24 from 4 pm to 5 pm in Plant Sciences 1140
 
TOPIC: The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship is one of the most prestigious
and lucrative awards available for graduate studies in the natural
sciences, math, engineering, and social sciences. This talk will offer
advice and suggestions for using your summer to begin developing a highly
effective NSF fellowship application. Graduate students who will be in
their first or second year of graduate studies in fall 2013, and
undergraduates at all levels are welcome to attend. Please note: You must
be a US citizen or permanent resident to apply for the NSF graduate
research fellowship.
 
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