Watch Lori Clarke’s recent presentation on using software engineering to help reduce medical errors and the following mentoring topic, ‘Mentors: Why do we need them and how do we find them?’
CRA-WP Undergraduate Students
Resources for Undergraduate Students
What Mondira Pant’s research presentation on how to prevent an unruly power delivery system and receive mentoring on “Building Self-Confidence.”
Watch the Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall, online webinar style discussion, with Ayanna Howard, Motorola Foundation Professor at Georgia Tech, about Designing Healthcare Robots for Children with Special Needs and Finding and Making the Most of an Undergraduate Research Experience.
This CRA-E resource was designed in conjunction with award-winning producer Patrick Sammon (co-producer of “Codebreaker”) to explain the benefits of pursuing a PhD in CS.
The poster guidelines resource should be used by all Grad Cohort participants when creating their poster for the Poster Session. This can also be used as a guide to how to create a scientific poster.
Women in Computer Science brochure highlights the careers of several women in the field of computer science (1993). The brochure tells the stories of how these women worked toward and achieved their career goals in a challenging and fun field.
This page contains links to resources relevant to engaging women in robotics.
Students learn how to summarize research and identify problems, contributions, evidence, and meaning of their own and other research.
Students learn how to focus and make reading active (without getting lost in details) and analyze and summarize other people's research.
Students learn how to perform a thorough literature search using the proper resources and processes, and how to organize their discovered articles.