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Student Workshops

Workshops will be offered online this year.  


February 4th 11:30 am

Summer Research Experiences (REUs): What are they? How do I apply?

Looking for undergraduate research opportunities off-campus?  Join this informal session to learn about Summer REUs, how to find them, and hear tips on preparing competitive applications.

Register here


February 18th 11:30 am

The Art of Writing an Abstract

An abstract is a brief summary of your research / project / work. An abstract is often required when writing a grant proposal, writing a paper for publication, or submitting a proposal to present at a conference. But how do you compellingly distill your work into 300 words or less? This workshop will provide you with useful tips for writing an abstract and give you an opportunity to get started on your own abstract.

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March 11th 11:30 am

Creating a Research Poster

Posters are one method of communicating your research or work. The design of your poster is important in helping your audience understand your work. This workshop will help you get started. We will discuss programs to use, information to include, and how to use visuals to draw the attention of your audience. This workshop is tailored to students who are participating in MSU Denver’s Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, but all are welcome to attend.

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March 18th 11:30 am

Preparing an Oral Presentation

Up to 75% of the population has some form of anxiety around public speaking, so you are not alone! However, oral communication is one of the top skills employers look for when hiring. This workshop will help you organize your talk, design effective visual aids, and draw the attention of your audience. This workshop is tailored to students who are participating in MSU Denver’s Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, but all are welcome to attend.

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April 8th 11:30am

For Presenters: What to Expect at the Conference

Presenting at a conference for the first time might feel a little daunting. Presenting at an online conference might seem even more so. In this session, we will introduce you to the conference platform, show you how to login to practice before the conference, and provide tips for presenting online.

 A registration link will be emailed to you


 


Previous Workshops

Previous workshop PowerPoints can be accessed by clicking below. 

Undergraduate Research & Scholarship: Connecting Research to your Career

Connecting Research to your Career Workshop slides

What is Research? 

What is Research - PowerPoint

IRB Institutional Review Board and Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)

Please feel free to contact the IRB directly with any questions or concerns: Mike Heathcoat, 303-605-5282, mheathco@msudenver.edu.  

Graduate School 

Grad School and Beyond - PowerPoint   

How to Write an Abstract

Abstract - PowerPoint

 


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