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Spring Seminar Topics for Current and Prospective Researchers

Jan. 25 at 10AM: Marketing Yourself for Undergraduate Research
Learn how to describe yourself on your resumé/CV, in your interviews, during networking events, and on your online profiles that could help you locate research positions. Leverage the hard work you have put into your courses, experiences, and/or projects for a research position at Purdue or beyond. 

Register for zoom links.


On-line Courses for Researchers

Online asynchronous courses for students at different phases in their research careers are available!

  • Get started in research (GS19501/ILS180)
  • Current researchers with more support (GS29501/ILS280 and GS39501/ILS380)
  • Apply to or considering grad or professional school (GS49501/ILS480)
  • Train to be a research mentor (ILS495)

Syllabi & Descriptions

Research Roundtable, Feb 2

The spring Research Roundtable will host research programs, mentors, and administrators for students to learn more about spring and summer opportunities. This event, similar to a career fair, will feature virtual booths for students to get more information and ask questions about available positions.

Thursday, Feb. 2

Virtual via Discord
Directions will be sent for using Discord
RSVP to receive information

Last Updated: Jan 25, 2023 10:09 AM

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