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Keys To Building and Maintaining a Successful Undergraduate Research Program: Designing Research Projects for an Undergraduate Research Lab
Developing and Maintaining a Successful Undergraduate Research Program (2013)
  • David J R Brook, San Jose State University
Abstract
Undergraduate research is limited by time available for research and research experience; of which time is probably the most important. Successful undergraduate research advisors can compensate for these limitations through setting realistic goals, matching research projects to the level of experience of their students, directly assisting in the lab, practicing good data management, and dividing projects over a large research group.
Publication Date
2013
Editor
Timothy W. Chapp and Mark A. Benvenuto
Publisher
American Chemical Society
Series
ACS Symposium Series
ISBN
9780841229280
DOI
10.1021/bk-2013-1156.ch005
Citation Information
David J R Brook. "Keys To Building and Maintaining a Successful Undergraduate Research Program: Designing Research Projects for an Undergraduate Research Lab" WashingtonDeveloping and Maintaining a Successful Undergraduate Research Program (2013) p. 51 - 59
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_brook/29/