Keyword Suggestions

AAA1.03 - Impacts of a Multi-University REU Program 
December 1, 2014   9:30am - 9:45am

For nine years, an REU program placed over 200 undergraduate researchers at Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and the University of New Hampshire through the NSF-funded Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing. The cross-university professional development program included university-based research skills, communication skills with the Boston Museum of Science, and a unique method for researcher evaluation of the societal impact of their decisions. This work presents the impacts of this research program as measured at program end, along with the career progress of the REU participants, recent interviews with REU participants, and reflections by REU program leaders.

Average Rating: (No Ratings)
  Was great, surpassed expectations, and I would recommend this
  Was good, met expectations, and I would recommend this
  Was okay, met most expectations
  Was okay but did not meet expectations
  Was bad and I would not recommend this

Performance Enhancement of Pentacene Based Organic Field-Effect Transistor through DNA Interlayer
Semiconducting Polymer-Dipeptide Nanostructures by Ultrasonically-Assisted Self-Assembling
DNA as a Molecular Wire: Distance and Sequence Dependence
Structure-Property Relationship in Biologically-Derived Eumelanin Cathodes Electrochemical Energy Storage
Artificial Physical and Chemical Awareness (proprioception) from Polymeric Motors