Certificate supervisor Professor Clare Hasenkampf reached at email@example.com
Students must be enrolled in any Major or Specialist program offered by the Department of Biological Sciences.
Students must complete a minimum of 1.5 credits as follows:
2. All students must engage in a least one consultation with the liaison librarian for the Department of Biological Sciences in order to develop their skills in literature mining and using an evidence-based approach to study design and data analysis.
3. Upon completion of the specified courses in component 1 of the Requirements, students must provide an overall summary of their research accomplishments to the Department in order to receive the Certificate. These reports are submitted to and assessed by the certificate supervisor.
For the report
1. Give your name, student number and the program or programs you intend to graduate in.
2. List the ‘for credit’ research courses you have taken and for each, indicate who was the supervising faculty.
3. List the name of the librarian you met with and the date (approximate if necessary) that you met.
4. For any BIOB98 or BIOB99 experiences provide a ~200 word description of the research project that you contributed to and indicate the role(s) you had. Indicate what skills you developed during this time.
5. For BIOC99 or BIOD98/99 provide a 500-1000 word summary of the nature of the project and what your role was and what were your conclusions you made in your final report. Also indicate your skill development that occurred.
6. Write a critical reflection on your experiences (200-400 words).
A) What did you learn about yourself
There are no right/wrong answers here, but it is a chance to assess your own growth and development and next steps so please take this seriously.
(B) If you have any suggestions for what kind of general training we could provide to students that would make the research experience better, we would be grateful to receive ideas.
The final report is pass /fail and you will be provided with feedback.