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  • Awarding Credit | Information For Faculty
    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 Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Awarding Credit Some students want to earn credit for their research experience The Undergraduate Research Program does not offer credit for research however most students can earn departmental or general studies credit The best way students can obtain credit for involvement in undergraduate research is through their department Most often credit is offered in the form of a designated independent research course such

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  • Student Experiences | Information For Faculty
    Student Experiences Easel 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 Information For Research Mentors Post an Opportunity Benefits Resources Funding Academic Credit Student Experiences URP Easels FAQ Student Experiences It has been an extraordinary learning experience for me to be working in such close contact with an experienced researcher both practically and personally The kind of personal attention that I received as a student researcher is something that is not duplicated in a classroom setting Sophia Kim Biology My mentor Dr Bryan Jones has impacted my educational experience in many ways that go beyond the research project he has spent countless hours helping me with As a veteran scholar his guidance has proved invaluable as I struggled with my own project at all stages from research design to data collection to interpretation Struggling he would tell me is how you know you re on the right track These words of wisdom as well as many others have taught me the importance of an open curious mind not just in academic research but also for life Ashley Watson

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  • Easel Check Out Form | For Faculty | The Undergraduate Research Program
    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

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  • The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    This experience has not only solidified my wish to attend graduate school but also has been the most educational experience of my college career She has enabled me to learn from a hands on perspective that reinforces much of the knowledge I gained through traditional classes as well as challenging me to think at a more critical level that will be invaluable in graduate school Ram Samudrala Associate Professor of Microbiology Professor Ram Samudrala gave me some of the greatest opportunities of my life by letting me do research with him First of all he has allowed me to do any project that catches my interest letting me explore my passions and work on what I love Along with this freedom he has given me an incredible amount of support so I could take full advantage of it Out of all the people who have mentored me in my life Ram Samudrala is one of the few who has changed my life for the better Stephen Hinds Professor of Classics Professor Hinds has been an exceptional mentor throughout the course of my research project He helped guide my ideas to concrete form and substance in the initial phases of the project and has directed me to the resources and paths of thought that have taken my research to new levels in new directions However Professor Hinds also respects my academic abilities and has not only allowed me to take my project in the directions I chose but has encouraged the developments I have made which is a significant and too often overlooked aspect of mentorship He is not only highly professional and a respected expert ion his field he is enthusiastic about my project and progress and has always been available and willing to help me whenever I needed it In my opinion there is no mentor more deserving of such an award Joachim Voss Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems For the three years that I have been working for Joachim Voss he has never failed to continually offer his support and encouragement in my professional and academic life He has taught me more than I could have ever imagined both in the field of HIV AIDS and beyond H e makes it a priority to take time each week to meet with his employees to discuss everything from how our work is coming along to how our classes are going Thanks to him I am now working to publish my research on the development of exercise recommendations for elderly HIV patients in a prominent nursing magazine I cannot express enough how lucky I am to have him as a mentor for he is truly not only a brilliant nurse but also a wonderful person Sapna Cheryan Assistant Professor of Psychology Sapna demonstrates fantastic patience and enthusiasm for her students learning despite the incredible amount of other responsibilities she has She contributes with lab meetings statistics tutorials one on one meetings editing help and treats at the end of the quarter What makes her a gem is her ability to throw off the inertia imposed by the incredible amount of work in being a top professor and to prioritize us She is rigorous when advising my research and simultaneously is warm and ready to talk about anything Elizabeth Skovran Research Associate of Chemical Engineering Elizabeth Skovran has been an amazing mentor throughout my year and a half in the Lidstrom Lab She has the patience to tech me confusing concepts or to help me with new techniques when I am struggling on top of learning basic technique she encouraged me to help out with planning the project Elizabeth Skovran has been an outstanding mentor that has motivated me not only to learn the techniques of a research scientist but to learn to think like a research scientist 2009 Martha M Bosma Associate Professor of Biology Professor Bosma has been extremely supportive kind and generous with her knowledge She keeps the laboratory atmosphere laid back but always pushes us to apply our knowledge to our projects She is very understanding of the concerns of undergraduates but still maintains high expectations for us Professor Bosma should receive this award because of the atmosphere of learning understanding and knowledge she fosters in her laboratory James E Gawel Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts Sciences UW Tacoma I would like to nominate Jim Gawel for the Outstanding Mentor Award Not only does Jim have many projects on his agenda and courses to teach but he has taken the time to provide guidance and support throughout my research and academic career at UWT Jim s patience understanding and expertise have helped make this process a truly enjoyable and challenging learning experience Despite the many problems along the way as in any research project Jim has remained calm and provided assistance when necessary Jim has especially taught me that it is okay to admit to not knowing something and how to seek out the information and help you need Above all I do not know many instructors advisers and mentors that would endure swimming through leech infested waters to retrieve data for their students and Jim has These attributes and many more have made Jim Gawel a positive role model and great mentor Matt R Kaeberlein Assistant Professor of Pathology Matt Kaeberlein is extremely supportive of all his undergraduate researchers Working in his lab we are given autonomy in our project to set our own time line and create our own experiments as long as it falls within the scope of the lab s investigations Matt is always willing to answer our questions and give us insightful inputs about our data and experiments His methods of mentoring allow us to develop as independent and free thinking researchers and for that I am very grateful Sheri J Y Mizumori Professor and Chair of Psychology Sheri should receive this award because she has supplied the perfect amount of guidance balanced with the freedom to explore this

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  • FAQ | Information For Faculty
    UW faculty and The Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Award which provides funding toward conference or professional meeting travel expenses and registration fees Other local and national sources of funding are provided on our Get Funding page Do you maintain a list of research opportunities beyond UW or a list of summer research opportunities Yes See our Find Research page specifically the Research Beyond UW Summer Research at UW and Summer Research Beyond UW pages Does UW have specific policies and forms for research involving humans or animals Yes For work with humans visit the Human Subjects Division web site For work with animals visit the UW Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee web site Can pre college students or students under of the age of 18 conduct research at UW Under University and Washington State law minor employees and volunteers are 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 than gloves boots eye protection or hard hats for more information refer to http www uwworksafe com worksafe teens index php Katia Harb 616 3771 will assist the PIs in meeting these requirements and can be the contact person for questions She would answer questions about specific lab practices that can be done Other resources HR s Employment of Minors Website which outlines the requirements for hiring minors http www washington edu admin hr polproc emp minors html The UW APS 10 9 Visitors and Children in UW Labs and Shops http www washington edu admin rules APS 10 09 html Can non UW students do research in my lab Yes However there are policies and procedures you need to be award of depending on the student s enrollment status If the non UW student is not receiving academic credit for her his work then she he is considered to be a volunteer The Office of Risk Management suggests that you send the volunteer an email or memo that outlines duties dates of service and confirms the volunteer assignment If the non UW student is receiving academic credit the UW regards them as visiting scholars and you will need to have her him sign a waiver Download a sample waiver form What happens if a volunteer has an accident or injury in my lab According to the Administrative Policy Statement volunteers are to be treated like employees for workers comp purposes Please visit the following link for more information http www washington edu admin rules APS 14 01 4 html Coverage Further details about workers comp coverage and how to file claims is available at http f2 washington edu treasury riskmgmt wc What happens if a student has an accident or injury in my lab Students are responsibile for maintaining their own

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  • The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    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 The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools About the Symposium The Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium is a chance for undergraduates to present what they have learned through their research experiences to a larger audience The Symposium also provides a forum for students faculty and the community to discuss cutting edge research topics and to examine the connection between research and education The Symposium includes poster and presentation sessions by students from all academic disciplines and all three UW campuses plus invited guests All UW undergraduates involved in research are encouraged to apply and those not yet involved in research will discover that attending the Symposium is a great way to learn about the broad range of opportunities available at the UW In 2013 over 1 000 undergraduates participated in the Symposium with more than 3 500 people attending The Symposium includes projects from all disciplines and encourages interdisciplinary discourse allowing students to learn from each other about a broad range of exciting research topics To help participants prepare the URP conducts Symposium abstract writing workshops poster design and presentation workshops Participant abstracts are published in

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  • Application | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    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 The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools Information for Applicants You can check your status register for workshops and more at any time by returning to MySymposium Should you have any questions e mail URP Abstract Guidelines An abstract is a summary of your research usually presented in skeletal form which concentrates on the essentials of a larger idea or claim Your abstract should include sufficient information for reviewers to judge the nature and significance of your research the adequacy of the methodology employed and the nature of the results and or progress to date We strongly recommend that you attend an Abstract Writing Workshop to help you get started If you can t make it in person you can view a webcast of the 2012 Abstract Writing Workshop Instructions You may write and edit your abstract online Your application account will allow you to edit your abstract as often as you like prior to final submission You must submit your application prior to the application deadline Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words in length For your convenience we have provided a word count in the abstract editing box in your application For group presentations the primary presenter should submit co presenters

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  • Information for Faculty and Staff | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    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 The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools Information for Faculty Staff The Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium provides a forum for students to present their research that has been guided by faculty in poster or oral presentation formats The Symposium has grown from a gathering of about 40 students in its first year to around 1 000 student presenters at last year s event This high energy event showcases the work of our most motivated students working on many exciting research projects across disciplines Students not yet engaged in research are encouraged to attend to learn more about getting involved We hope you and your students will participate in this year s event All accepted student abstracts will be published in the Symposium proceedings Faculty mentors will be listed along with their students abstracts in the Proceedings and will be acknowledged at the presentation sessions The presentation sessions are intended to

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