Fall 2016 not offered
|This course may be repeated for credit.|
This seminar course comprises weekly one-hour formal presentations by MB&B Department graduate students about their research projects. The presentations include background information and rationale of the project, description of research approaches and methodology, experimental details, results and analysis, including problem-solving activities/plans and future directions. Active discussion among the participants promotes sharing of new ideas and techniques and enhances students' communication skills.
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First-year graduate students are expected to present a summary of the work accomplished during the rotation period. Students working on advanced research projects are expected to present more formal seminars to practice public-speaking skills and prepare to defend their dissertation research. The class meets for a 60-minute period once every week.
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