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  • Research Ethics | Information for Students
    Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Students Research Ethics If you are an undergraduate researcher who deals with human or animal subjects be sure that you are fully informed about and compliant with the UW policy and federal regulatory requirements for conducting research with humans and animals To find out which training you need to complete for your research visit the Office of Research s Required Training page For work with humans visit the Human Subjects Division web site For work with animals visit the UW

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/students/ethics.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Undergraduate Research Leaders | The Undergraduate Research Program
    Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Undergraduate Research Leaders URLs About Apply Current URLs Alumni Request URL Outreach About The Undergraduate Research Leaders URLs are a small group of outstanding undergraduate researchers from a variety disciplines The URLs conduct outreach activities in conjunction with the Undergraduate Research Program and are available to share their experiences with other undergraduates If you would like to have Undergraduate Research Leaders attend your event or speak to a group of

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  • Research Your Research | Information for Students
    Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Students Resources With so much news and so many journals books and workshops where do you start New innovations in academia and elsewhere are allowing scholars to gather information faster and more efficiently than ever Researching your research means utilizing ways that allow you to better prepare for and organize your research The following are some ways you can research your research in various fields of interest UW Libraries Online UW Libraries are not only excellent places to study they also have fantastic online tools which can be accessed off campus using your UW NetID Attend free workshops on research hosted by the UW Libraries Search electronic journals on the UW Libraries website Utilize the vast UW libraries research databases Ask a librarian The UW Libraries Q A live is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year Take the Research 101 tutorial Other Online Tools WebGuru is a fantastic guide to research for undergraduates Included is information about the nuts and bolts of undergraduate research

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  • Pre-College Students | Information for Students
    Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Students Pre College Students and Minors For pre college students who are interested in research and or other campus opportunities the UW Outreach K 12 Resource Guide is an excellent resource Under University and Washington State law a minor student is not permitted to work with hazardous substances This includes Minors ages 14 17 in the laboratory for purposes of education as volunteer workers or as employees may not be exposed to agents that pose higher health risks These risks include such materials as human body fluids radioactive and hazardous substances or jobs requiring personal protective equipment other

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  • Information For Research Mentors
    Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Post A Research Opportunity The Undergraduate Research Program URP is committed to helping students participate in the UW s world class research enterprise under the guidance of faculty mentors Listing your research opportunities or indicating your willingness to be an undergraduate research mentor is a great help in this work Thank you for your dedication to undergraduate learning through research POST YOUR RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY HERE Frequently Asked Questions 1 I don t have any formal undergraduate research positions open but I am willing to mentor undergraduate students Can I still post in the database Yes We welcome all postings You may wish to simply summarize some of your research interests or project ideas and ask students to contact you if they are interested in pursuing a project This type of posting is particularly useful for social science humanities and arts research where structured positions are less common and undergraduate research proceeds in an independent study model 2 How do students use the database By posting your undergraduate research opportunity on this web site students will be able to Search for your opportunity by relevant research area Search for your opportunity by keyword Read your project description E mail you if they are interested in the opportunity 3 What should I include in

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/faculty/index.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Benefits of Mentoring | Information For Faculty
    Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Benefits Of Mentoring The Undergraduate Research Program is a University wide resource that helps UW faculty engage undergraduates in their research The program maintains listings of faculty projects conducts information sessions for students on the benefits of getting involved in research and annually honors the achievements of outstanding undergraduates at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium which is open to all UW undergraduates involved in research guided by faculty More than just an extra pair

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  • Mentoring Resources | Information For Faculty
    Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Mentoring Resources URP Mentoring Resources Campus Wide Resources Resources Beyond UW The Undergraduate Research Program staff are available to assist you with information on how to plan for and successfully work with undergraduate researchers URP staff can also provide consultation regarding requests for support of undergraduate research as a supplement to faculty research grants or for discipline based undergraduate research programs In addition in response to faculty postdoctoral researcher and graduate student mentor requests we have developed several resources that you may find helpful Engaging Undergraduates A step

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  • Getting Additional Funding | Information For Faculty
    Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Information For Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Get Funding Faculty are able to apply for funding for research projects in which they involve undergraduates NIH Supplements for Summer Undergraduate Research The National Institutes of Health NIH announces the opportunity for investigators and United States institutions organizations with active NIH Research Grants to request administrative supplements for the purpose of promoting job creation economic development and accelerating the pace and achievement of scientific research These supplements will also encourage students to seriously pursue research careers in the health related sciences as well as provide elementary middle school and high school teachers community college faculty and faculty from non research intensive institutions with short term research experiences in NIH funded laboratories National Institutes of Health NIH offers grant supplements to principal investigators that include stipends for undergraduates who are from groups underrepresented in the sciences including students with disabilities Students may also apply for summer internships at NIH facilities National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates REU supplements provide funding for undergraduates to work on projects tied to NSF funded grants to faculty Contact your program manager at NSF for information Annual deadlines may apply NSF REU Toolkit on applying for a supplement Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics CURM will help faculty members set up an academic year i

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