This presentation from the 2017 Grace Hopper Conference instructs students on how to establish career goals, and develop a research program.
This 2017 presentation at Grace Hopper mentored students on how to build a professional image that is “effective in giving others a positive perception of you and your abilities.”
Get the slides, recording, and FAQ from Pretti Bhargava's 2017 Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall on Inferring User Context from Smartphone Data and Graduate School Application and Admissions Process.
Get the slides, recording and FAQ from Nancy Amato’s research presentation of her recent Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall on Planning Motions for Robots, Crowds, and Proteins and ReferenceLetters.
Get the slides, recording and FAQ from Rebecca Wright’s research presentation of her recent Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall on Privacy Protections and Computer Science Extra-Curricular Activites.
This handout is a resource for those looking to find funding opportunities for their research and collaborations.
Katherine Sittig-Boyd discussed her experiences as a thee time participant in the CREU program and one time participant in DREU, and offered advice to students wanting to get involved in undergraduate research.
During this Virtual Undergrad Town Hall Webinar, Deb Agarwal, Sr. Data Science & Technology Head at LBNL, describes some of the challenges we as computer scientists are helping to solve and some of the next challenges that need to be tackled. This event concluded with a mentoring session on 'Becoming a Leader'.
This handout describes how to find and successfully apply for research opportunities.
Desire a career in research? Examine various research careers, and learn how to get there.