Undergraduate Journal Club

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The Undergraduate Journal Club helps students broaden their outlook on current research in various topics ranging from biological sciences to social sciences and even interdisciplinary research. Through collaborative discussions and critical analysis of articles, we hope to provide students with the tools necessary to evaluate research papers.

We will be having monthly sessions where students can keep up-to-date about current events and research, learn to critically analyze research and alternative methods, learn about new lines of research or up-and-coming topics and techniques, and network with other young researchers and labs.

Sessions are hybrid, so students have the option to join in person or virtually.

Email Gareth Jones at ghjones@uab.edu if you have any questions or for updates on the topic.

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Monday, November 15, 2021 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Mervyn Sterne Library, 174
917 13th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35294

Event Type

Workshop/Educational

Topic

Career & Professional Development, Research, Science & Technology

Target Audience

Current Students, General Public

Cost

Free

Department
Service Learning and Undergraduate Research
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