Student Life Events at St. George
Black, Latin American, Southeast Asian & First Generation Undergrad Students Engaging in Research
Dec 5, 2022 05:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Dec 5, 2022 06:30 PM
Give students confidence that they can overcome barriers to getting involved in research.
Students who participate will be able to detail at least three (3) co-curricular and academic resources to help them explore opportunities in research.
African Black Caribbean, Latin American, Southeast Asian and First Generation students discuss research with involved upper year student Mentor Navigators and relatable professors from a variety of disciplines, librarians and staff. This event will include perspectives on: how to demystify research and why this experience is important for undergrads; wayfinding and support for preparing applications; and the demand for equitable access to opportunities. Presentation by partner Career Exploration & Education; Mentor Navigators introducing various research programs; and faculty, librarian and staff Q&A in breakout rooms - students bring your questions!
Partners & Guests:
- Dr. Janelle Joseph;
- Dr. David Roberts;
- Saddiya Rose, MEd., Career Educator;
- Mai Lu, Access & Inclusion Librarian;
- Cheng Xu, PhD Candidate;
- Irene Poetranto, Doctoral Candidate;
- Dr. Stephanie Begun;
- Dr. Nyasha Junior;
- Dr. Kenneth W. Yip;
- Dr. Bina John;
- Dr. Paul Delgado Olguin;
- Dr. Pablo Herrera Veitia.
Language: Conversation will happen in English.
Closed Captioning: Auto-generated captions which can be turned on and off will be utilized in this presentation.
Participation Expectations: Participants will be invited to join in the conversation by unmuting themselves and speaking and/or typing in the chat. All camera use is voluntary.
Privacy: Conversation will not be recorded.
Technology: Information on how to use MS Teams is provided in the registration confirmation email.
For more information please contact:
Adonica Huggins (pronouns she / her), Student Life Coordinator, at email@example.com