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Teaching Tidbits–Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Research Projects: 11/13

Posted on November 8, 2017 | Filed under Archive

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All educators are invited to join the Teaching Tidbits brown bag series which continues on Monday, November 13, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. in McKinley’s Private Dining Room. Teaching Tidbits are informal lunchtime conversations (BYOL) on pedagogy innovations, challenges, and ideas. Any interested faculty or staff are welcome to join us; there is no obligation to come to all meetings. This next meeting is focused on discussing strategies and best practices for mentoring undergraduate students in research during academic-year independent study, summer, and senior projects. Participants will be encouraged to share what has worked well when they have mentored students in their own scholarship or other projects. For Teaching Tidbit questions or ideas, or to gain access to the Teaching Tidbits blog, please contact Alexis Hart, Tricia Humphreys, or Lydia Eckstein.