Description: This course serves junior-level students participating in research programs in Biological Sciences, Health and Human Services and Social and Behavioral Studies. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the practical skill, knowledge and training to successfully conduct research, compete for graduate programs and research funding. Students will receive practical training in research ethics, responsible conduct in research, as well as training in writing for research and presenting results in writing and for conferences. We will also provide Title IX training, and guide students in navigating the complexities of life/work in the sciences. Co-convened with BIO 559. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.
Prerequisite: BIO 458 and (Junior status or higher)