Research on a Dime: Developing Scientific Research Projects with Limited Resources

Experiential learning outside of the classroom setting is vital for current students in STEM majors to bridge the gap between theory and practice.  Science faculty at teaching-focused institutions struggle to provide this aspect of education primarily due to limited resources, yet most acknowledge the positive outcome of providing out of classroom research opportunities to their students.  This poster will provide examples and strategies to keep up with the overwhelming pressure placed upon faculty to provide research opportunities to undergraduate students with a lack of funding through creative collaborative efforts between the students and faculty.

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Session Time and Location

Time:
4:00pm to 5:30pm
Room:
Atrium

Session Format

Poster