BIOENG-603 / 1 credit
Teacher: Manley Suliana
Remark: Meeting times will be determined according to the professor and participants availabilities.
Giving a research talk (say, at a conference, to your department or in your research group meeting) is a really important part of a scientist's career. This course is designed for anyone who will be giving research-based scientific talks in the future.
The course entails a small group of students watching the on-line videos made by scientists, then doing written exercises, and finally discussing these exercises and videos with the course moderator. There will also be a final independent project. It should take ~3 hrs per week for 7 weeks, plus 7 hours to prepare the project.
Evaluation will be comprised of exercises, class participation, and a final project. Attendance to all sessions is mandatory.
There is very limited space: To sign up for the course please send email@example.com a brief (<1/2 page) justification for why you want to take the course. Please include your matriculation date. The course is aimed at students who are in the early stages of their PhD.
IMPORTANT: Once you have been approved by the course professor, the EDBB administrator will sign you up for the course in your student portal. Do not sign yourself up
Minimum number of participants for the course to take place: 3
Maximum number of participants: 6
In the programs
- Number of places: 6
- Exam form: Oral presentation (session free)
- Subject examined: Sharing your research
- Lecture: 14 Hour(s)
- Exercises: 7 Hour(s)
- Project: 7 Hour(s)