UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
As an undergraduate student, you can participate in research and benefit greatly from this. It strengthens your resumé, gives you a better idea what is involved in conducting research and/or whether you are interested in a specific field, provides experience that you can build on when conducting more research later on in life (e.g. in graduate school), can give you academic credit towards graduation, and can give you some extra income. Conducting research as an undergraduate student may even lead to you being a co-author on a publication in a scientific journal or co-authorship in a presentation at a scientific meeting.
Undergraduate research in my laboratory can consist of work in "the field" (likely to be in an aquatic environment though - be it a beach, marsh or stream), in the laboratory, or be a combination of field and lab work.
There are various options for research participation by undergraduate students:
If you are interested in any of these research opportunities, stop by my office (BLD222A) or send me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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