Undergraduate Research Newsletter
SPRING ONLINE 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) New Course
Syllabi & Descriptions, https://www.purdue.edu/undergrad-research/students/courses.php?utm_source=delivra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=November%203%2C%202022%20-%20Students&utm_id=43957328&utm_term=courses
FIRST-YEAR RESEARCH PROGRAM
The First Year Investigators Program is seeking first-year students and current or past undergraduate researchers to participate in the two-semester 2023 cohort.
First-year students: Train to be a researcher in SP '23 and be paid to complete research in FA '23. No research experience is expected.
Current or past researchers: Train to be a peer mentor in SP '23 and be paid to mentor in FA '23.
Application review begins: Nov. 18
SEARCHING FOR SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAMS
DEC. 5 AT 4PM VIA ZOOM
Purdue students can apply to summer undergraduate research programs at Purdue and off-campus. Summer research programs can be a great time to expand your discipline knowledge full-time. This presentation will discuss how to search for summer research programs and how to apply for these opportunities. This presentation is delivered during the beginning of the summer research application period.