CWRU Undergraduate Research Society panel: “Starting and Excelling at Research”

The Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Research Society (URS) is an organization that aims to create a network of individuals who use their knowledge and experience to help inspire, support and develop a higher caliber of CWRU undergraduate researchers. The group works toward its mission by using the collective experiential knowledge of undergraduate researchers to support one another in their pursuit of research to find research, connect and network, develop skills, develop postgraduate plans, collaborate, and impact the local society.

URS has organized a panel featuring a number of accomplished undergraduate researchers whose work spans a variety of academic disciplines. These students, who include Beckman Scholars, Goldwater Scholars and SOURCE Fellows, will discuss their own research and accolades, as well as provide advice on locating research opportunities and maximizing research experiences. There will be a question-and-answer session to conclude the program.

The session, titled “Starting and Excelling at Research,” Friday, Aug. 28, from 1 to 2 p.m.

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