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Ison, Jennifer [1].

Challenges and successes of research at primarily undergraduate institutions: Jumping starting your 2021-2022 research program.

The 2020-2021 academic year was undoubtedly challenging for everyone. For many of us working at primarily undergraduate institutions (PUI) Institutions, this involved complete or partial shutdowns of our research and the loss of time with research students. This two-hour workshop is geared towards supporting PUI faculty who want to jumpstart their research in the 2021-2022 academic year. The workshop will feature group discussions on i) PUI research problems and solutions as the pandemic unfolded, ii) ideas of how to jumpstart your research for next year, and iii) discuss opportunities to forge collaborations across PUI institutions. Each discussion will provide opportunities for networking and strengthening relationships between PUI faculty from diverse institutions.
This workshop is geared to PUI faculty, but, as always, all current and future faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and PUI- curious people are encouraged to attend. We will also hold our annual sectional business meeting after the workshop.
OrganizersJennifer Ison, The College of Wooster
Jason Cantley, San Francisco State University 
Stephanie Lyon, The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 
Rachel M McCoy, Purdue University 


1 - The College Of Wooster, Biology Department, 1189 Beall Ave., Wooster, OH, 44691, United States

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Presentation Type: Workshop
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Abstract ID:26
Candidate for Awards:None


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