☞ September 30, 2020

 

How to Study for Science Courses

 

A panel of undergraduate pre med/STEM students will discuss how to succeed in Vanderbilt’s various science courses. These courses can be some of the hardest at Vanderbilt, but with the proper guidance and tips students will be much more likely to succeed. The discussion will include how to prepare for major exams and finals, how to effectively work with professors, what to expect in challenging science courses, and how to overcome challenges posed by these courses.

 

Location: Zoom link to be provided 

 

Time: TBA

 

 

 

☞ October 20, 2020

 

Research Match Prep Event 

In our Research Match Prep event, SIM board members will tell you everything you need to know in order to properly prepare for the match. We will give a brief presentation, and then allow the audience to ask any questions you might have regarding the match.

 

Location: Register to receive Zoom link –> https://forms.gle/CTQDwrdixYfJR29e9

 

Time: 5:00PM – 6:00PM

 

 

 

☞ October 22, 2020

 

Research Match

 

The research match is one of our biggest and most important events in the semester. During the match, undergraduates will have the opportunity to connect with faculty members from a variety of research disciplines – everything from Astronomy to Women & Gender Studies!

 

Location: Register to receive Zoom link –> https://forms.gle/CTQDwrdixYfJR29e9

 

Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

☞ November 4, 2020

 

How to Succeed in a Research Lab

 

A discussion with upperclassmen SIM Board members in regards to how to succeed in research labs, including experiences and tips from people in various labs from different disciplines. The discussion will also include topics such as how to communicate with PIs and other lab members and how to overcome the various challenges faced by undergraduate researchers.

 

Location: Zoom link to be provided

 

Time: TBA

 

 

☞ November 11, 2020

 

Partners in Research Interest Event

 

An interest meeting providing details for our newly launched program, Partners in Research. Partners in Research provides an opportunity for students to “shadow” in various labs. At this meeting, we will be discussing the logistics of this program, how to apply, and answering any questions regarding the program. 

Location: Zoom link to be provided

 

Time: TBA