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URES 2016: Resumes

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. December 2, 2016 @ 3:45 - 4:45pm - "How to Translate Your Research Into a Resume" with Career Service Ambassadors at 120 Sill Center. Free & open to all!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EDUCATION SERIES

"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free & open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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How to Translate Your Research Into a Resume

Presented by: Career Service Ambassadors

Date & Time: December 2, 2016 at 3:45 - 4:45pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120
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In this session you will learn which parts and how to highlight your research experience on an academic resume. Please come prepared with a draft of your resume so that you may workshop it in the session. This session will be helpful to students at any point in their research, as keeping up a resume is a constant project.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

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2016 URES: Leveraging Your Research Experience in Industry

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. November 21, 2016 @ Noon - 1:00pm - "Leveraging Your Research Experience in Industry" with Career Services Panel at 120 Sill Center. Free & open to all!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EDUCATION SERIES

"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free & open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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Leveraging Your Research Experience in Industry

Presented by: Career Services Panel

Date & Time: November 21, 2016 at Noon - 1:00pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120
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This is a panel of local employers who actively seek out employees with research experience. In this panel discussion you will learn about why research experience is so valuable in industry and how to leverage your own research experience when applying to jobs. This session will be beneficial to any student who is currently seeking or who will soon be seeking employment.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

 

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URES 2016: Responsible Research

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. November 15, 2016 @ 3:30 - 4:30pm - "Responsible Conduct of Research" with Bryan Benham at 120 Sill Center. Free & open to all!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EDUCATION SERIES

"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free & open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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Responsible Conduct of Research

Presented by: Bryan Benham

Date & Time: November 15, 2016 at 3:30 - 4:30pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120
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There are ethical implications for all research. In this seminar you will learn about some basic ethical theories and issues for various kinds of research and you will be introduced to how to proceed with your project in the bounds of ethics and legal requirements. This seminar is useful at all points in the research process and presents a topic that should be revisited regularly.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

 

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Frontiers of Science with Richard Lenski

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m. - Frontiers of Science with Dr. Richard Lenski! "Time Travel in Experimental Evolution" in room 220 of the Aline Wilmot Skaggs Building (ASB) on the U of U Campus!

FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE

with Dr. Richard Lenski,
John Hannah Distinguished Professor of Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University

Time Travel in Experimental Evolution


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Date & Time: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 6:00pm

Location: 220 Aline Skaggs Building at the University of Utah
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Richard Lenski and his team perform experiments with microorganisms to watch evolution in real time. In an experiment that he started 28 years ago, he and his team have followed 12 populations of E. coli bacteria as they have evolved in the laboratory for over 65,000 generations. The results of this work provide insights into the process of adaptation by natural selection, the dynamics of genome evolution, and the origin of new functions. Viable samples from throughout the experiment have been stored in freezers, allowing organisms that lived in different generations to be revived and compared—in effect, time travel.

Frontiers of Science is free and open to the public. Please arrive early, as seating and parking will be limited. Click here to learn more about the Frontiers of Science lecture series.

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