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Summer Research Colloquium

Participants in the ReMatch+ and on-campus OURSIP programs come together weekly through the Summer Research Colloquium workshops and social events. SRC participants join a diverse and inclusive community of undergraduate and graduate student researchers from across the University.

Specifically, the Summer Research Colloquium:

  • Facilitates and models productive mentor-mentee / adviser-advisee relationships.
  • Provides a primer on discipline-specific research methods and approaches.
  • Guides undergraduates in reading scholarly texts and conducting original research.
  • Facilitates the development of peer-to-peer workshops for the Freshman Scholars Institute.
  • Introduces graduate students to best practices in advising undergraduate independent work and research.
  • Provides graduate students with teaching experience in anticipation of the academic job market.

Undergraduates receive research feedback and guidance. Graduate students hone teaching and advising skills, and develop relationships with undergraduate mentees based on shared academic interests.

At the end of the summer, SRC undergraduates present their summer research to peers, FSI scholars and affiliated faculty at a mini-academic conference.

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