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    LSAMP Professional Development Course
    GS 49000
    CRN 65756
    Registration Dates: October 22, 2013 to January 20, 2014

    LSAMP - Purdue is committed to providing our students with all available resources to ensure not only success in the research program but success in their STEM major as well. Beginning Spring 2011 undergraduate participants are required to enroll in the one-credit, pass/no-pass seminar course, GS 49000. The LSAMP Professional Development Seminar will enhance students’ research experience by providing professional growth topics, including but not limited to reflective journals, group discussions, and career exploration. Invited guest speakers (faculty, staff, graduate students, and alumni) engage students in topics including but not limited to, developing a research abstract, creating a research poster, and PowerPoint, successfully navigating through the academy as a STEM student as well as other relevant topics.

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    LSAMP- Purdue Summer Research Collaboration with IvyTech- Lafayette (LINK)

    Leveraging Institutional Networking and Knowledge (LINK) is a new initiative meant to connect STEM Associate’s degree students with 4-year universities.  By participating in LINK, qualifying STEM students earning their Associate’s degree at Ivy Tech will be invited to conduct research in the summer.
    LINK Summer Research activities include:

    • Research with Faculty and Graduate Teams
    • STEM Transition Workshops
    • Community Service Project
    • STEM Laboratory Tour
    • Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professorate (AGEP) Workshops and Presentations
    • SROP's Research Poster Symposium and Reception
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