Learn how to successfully apply to graduate school
Learn how to apply for and participate in undergraduate research opportunities.
Learn whether graduate school is right for you.
The GHC Research Scholars program brings undergraduate women to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration. The purpose of this program is to provide attendees an unique experience, providing them a mentor, networking opportunities, and advising.
Students from all institutions are invited to apply to attend this one-day workshop. Participants will learn about the graduate school application process and the opportunities that exist for those who pursue graduate work in this impactful discipline. The workshop will include research highlights from faculty, one-on-one interactions with current graduate students, and a writing clinic with tips for writing a strong statement of purpose.
Review slides from an online webinar style discussion with A.J. Bernheim Brush, Senior Researcher at Microsoft about Inventing Technology for Homes and Families. This webinar provided an opportunity to learn more about the opportunities in research and Graduate School.
Students learn how to give a brief 2-5 minutes overview of their research interests and start a conversation about research.
Learn what an advanced degree in Computer Science prepares you to do, and what the difference is between a Master's and a Ph.D.
When you attend this Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall Event, you will be a part of a virtual mentoring event. You will learn about Mondira Pant's research on how to prevent an unruly power delivery system. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask the speaker any questions you might have about research as well as graduate school. Following Mondira's research presentation, she will lead a mentoring session on "Building Self-Confidence."
By using this resource, students learn (1) how to perform a thorough literature search using the proper resources and processes, and (2) how to distinguish between good and bad sources.