Tips and Resources for Undergraduate Researchers
We had a great turnout for our undergraduate mentoring roundtable discussions. Thank you to all who shared advice. We asked participants to contribute to a document with recaps, resources, and tips they learned about during the event. Feel free to download and share this compiled document. It is full of wonderful resources for OU students and graduates interested in pursuing STEM fields or graduate degrees in general.
Downloadable Document: AWIS_undergrad_mentoring_roundtables_recaps&resources
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