College Of Engineering Welcome Week Research 101: CURO

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College of Engineering Welcome WeekResearch 101: CURO @ UGA

Center for UndergraduateResearch Opportunities(CURO)Agenda Why undergraduate reserch?CURO’s roleCURO eligibilityCURO courseworkCURO fundingCURO SymposiumCURO WorkshopsHow to get involved inundergraduate researchCollege of EngineeringWelcome WeekResearch 101: CURO @ UGA

Excellence at UGAIntegrating Teaching Research Public Service Global Engagement

Excellence at UGAIntegrating Teaching Research Public Service Global EngagementExperiential Learning Opportunities for Students Undergraduate Research

Why Undergraduate Research?

Why Undergraduate Research?Participating in undergraduate research helps you with the following: Exploring in experiential learning opportunitiesApplying what you learn in the classroom and expanding your learningUnderstanding your discipline and professionEnhancing your analytical breadth and depthBuilding your resuméNetworking with faculty, peers, graduate students, professionals in your fieldEnhancing your interpersonal skills and work in groupsPerfecting your oral communication skills, including giving presentations, talking to peopleindividually, or in groups of any sizeImproving your writing, reading, summarizing, and creatingBuilding a relationship with your mentorFiguring out if research is for you

CURO’s RoleCURO facilitates andsupports studentlearning throughfaculty-mentoredresearch in anydiscipline

CURO Eligibility All undergraduatestudents All disciplines

CUROCoursework Research courses(A-F) Research Thesis(AF) Graduationdistinction

CUROFunding CURO HonorsScholarship ( 3,000) CURO ResearchAssistantship ( 1,000) CURO SummerFellowship ( 3,000) ConferenceParticipation Grant (upto 1,500)

CUROSymposium Every spring Present your work Experiencebreadth and depthof research at UGA

CUROWorkshops Supportundergraduateresearchers andmentorsYou

Getting involved in undergraduate researchDetermine yourresearchinterestSteps:1 and 23 and 45.Identify andcontact facultyStudentStudent Faculty MentorStudent Faculty Mentor CUROChoose amentor, reachan agreementwith a ctationsTake advantageof CURO coursecredit, funding,presentationopportunities,etc.

Getting Started with CURO: Identifying faculty Attend a CURO information session Talk to students and faculty (courses) Research opportunities at curo.uga.edu CURO Symposium Resources (Book of Abstracts, attend Symposium) Browse department websites institutes, working groups, centers, etc. Example: Integrated Life Sciences (ils.uga.edu) Office of Research (research.uga.edu/centers-institutes/, research.uga.edu/research-awards) UGA publications: UGA Research Magazine- (ugaresearch.uga.edu), Columns (news.uga.edu)Pay attention to faculty webpages– Discipline, topics, methodologies, publications (look at theirwork), consider size and activity of the lab, inquire about mentor-mentee relationships (ask otherstudents)

Getting started with CURO: Contacting a potential mentorWhat is important for the potential mentor?Why do you want to do research with that faculty mentor? Explain why. Show you have interest and demonstrate your interest – do your homework anddemonstrate you have done your homeworkThe student Demonstrate your value – decide what is your value and show it (many students also add a resume)The potential for research results Demonstrate your commitment (and length of potential commitment)

Getting started with CURO: The first impressionEmailUse your UGAmail email accountWrite an easily understandable subject line (i.e. "CURO mentorship meeting", etc.)Include a professional salutation (i.e. “Professor or Dr. ”)Clearly identify: your name your class year why you are writing your desire to meet with the mentor to discuss his/her research a week’s worth of specific days and times when you can meet with the facultymember (be sure to check the faculty member’s posted office hours first)Remember the goal of contacting any potential mentor is to schedule an appointment tomeet (either in person or via zoom)Be patient. Give faculty time to respond but be prepared to send a second (or third)email, and follow up as necessary.

Getting involved in undergraduate researchDetermine yourresearchinterestSteps:1 and 23 and 45.Identify andcontact facultyStudentStudent Faculty MentorStudent Faculty Mentor CUROChoose amentor, reachan agreementwith a ctationsTake advantageof CURO coursecredit, funding,presentationopportunities,etc.

UGA publications: UGA Research Magazine- ( ugaresearch.uga.edu), Columns (news.uga.edu) attention to faculty webpages Pay – Discipline, topics, methodologies, publications (look at their work), consider size and activity of the

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