Getting Started Workshop Series
Getting Started in Undergraduate Research Workshop
This interactive workshop provides a comprehensive overview of the entire undergraduate research process at USF. Students will learn about the types of research opportunities available, how to network with potential mentors, and how to get credit for research experiences. Students who attend a Getting Started workshop are enrolled in the Canvas organization Undergraduate Research Interest Group, which contains a listing of current research opportunities and additional resources.
A Note About Position Announcements on Canvas: Announcements posted on the Canvas organization represent an additional resource for students seeking a research position. The list is NOT comprehensive and should not be used as the primary source for locating opportunities. The best way to locate a research position is to engage and network with faculty and other department personnel.
|Getting Started in Undergraduate Research Workshops
NOTE: Walk in seating is available for workshops that are FULL.
Contact the OUR for more information.
|Wed. Jan. 11||3:00-4:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Wed. Jan. 25||4:00-5:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Mon. Feb. 6||2:30-3:30pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Wed. Feb. 15||5:00-6:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Tues. Feb. 28||3:30-4:30pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Thurs. March 9||2:30-3:30pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
|Tues. March 28||12:30-1:30pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
|Wed. April 12||3:00-4:00pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
Researching a Mentor and Preparing for the Research Conversation
In this interactive workshop students will learn how to locate information about potential research mentors on the USF website. Workshop participants will also learn strategies for engaging in productive and professional conversations with potential mentors.
Workshop participants should bring a laptop to participate in workshop activities.
- How to locate information about potential research mentors on the USF website.
- How to use information posted on a faculty’s web page to start the “research conversation” with a potential mentor.
- How to prepare to have the “research conversation” with potential mentors.
|Researching a Mentor Workshop|
|Mon. Jan. 23||3:00-4:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Wed. Feb. 22||2:30-3:30pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Tues. March 21||3:30-4:30pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
|Tues. April 11||4:00-5:00pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
Creating a Personal Vision Statement and Credentialing Yourself
In this interactive workshop students will learn how to develop a personal vision statement. Workshop participants will also compose a Curriculum Vitae or “academic resume”. Taking the time to prepare these documents will help potential undergraduate researchers communicate their unique skill set, demonstrate why they are the best candidate for the position, and make them more competitive for research positions.
|Creating a Personal Vision Statement and Credentialing Yourself|
|Wed. Jan. 18||2:00pm – 3:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Thurs. Feb. 23||4:00-5:00pm||LIB 210||FULL|
|Mon. March 20||3:30pm – 4:30pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|
|Tues. April 11||1:00pm – 2:00pm||LIB 210||RSVP Now »|