Are you an undergraduate engineering student who wants to do research but just doesn’t know where to start?
The Johns Hopkins chapter of the Society of Women Engineers will host a panel discussion Thursday, October 27 at 7 PM in room 132 of Gilman Hall on the Homewood campus. The panel discussion is designed to answer your questions about getting started in research at Johns Hopkins University. Listen to a panel of undergraduate research students in engineering discuss what it’s like to work in an engineering lab.
Undergraduate research experience is extremely important if you want to apply for internships, jobs, scholarships and postgraduate work. Conducting research while you’re an undergraduate also helps put this ideas that you’ve learned in class into action for larger goal. Some undergraduate researchers even have their work published in peer-reviewed journals.
Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBiotechnology offers a summer research experience for undergraduates in nano bio. A criteria for applying to an REU program is that you have had prior research experience. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about this exciting component of your undergraduate academic career.
For more information about the Society of Women Engineers go to http://www.jhu.edu/swe/index.html
For details about about Johns Hopkins Institute for Nano Biotechnology summer Research Experience for Undergraduates program, go to http://inbt.jhu.edu/education/undergraduate/reu/
Applications for the 2012 summer program will be accepted soon.