Science Research Fellows (SRF)
The scientific process and common techniques and instrumentation used in biology, neuroscience and psychology research labs, including scientific literacy, data analysis and interpretation, and the breadth of scientific exploration.
Techniques and instrumentation for chemistry and biochemistry research labs; toxicology as it applies to all science disciplines.
Research project conducted under the supervision of a science research faculty member. Techniques and overall goals of the research group, including the details of a particular research project. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 8 total hours if research continues.
Lab work and data analysis in preparation for presentation and possible publication, supervised by a faculty member.
Presentation of research in a formal oral presentation to faculty and SRF peers, supervised by a faculty member.
Independent research project as determined by the faculty research advisor. Students will collect enough scientific data for publication. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 12 total hours if research continues.