Jayhawk Undergraduate Summer Training (JUST)
Undergraduate majors are encouraged to join a research lab over the summer to gain professional experience. This is particularly important for students entering their junior and senior years. For those undergraduates performing research, our JUST program consists of a series of lunch talks intended to introduce students to different areas of research and professional skills and a symposium at the end of the summer for students to present their research.
To stay up to date on summer happenings, email Dr. Delgado (email@example.com) to join the JUST slack channel.
Virtual Lunch Talks 2020
Wednesdays @ noon. Join via Zoom, meeting ID 557-006-1934.
|Date||Speaker||Science Topic||Professional Skill|
|June 17||Dr. Hartwin Peelaers||Batteries||Intro to Python|
|June 24||Dr. Ian Crossfield||Exoplanets||Searching databases|
|July 1||Dr. Greg Rudnick||Galaxies||Jupyter notebooks|
|July 8||Dr. Dave Besson||A Cautionary Take of Science Funding||Intro to ROOT|
|July 15||Dr. Allison Kirkpatrick||Supermassive Black Holes||Reading journal articles|
|July 22||Dr. Betsy Mills||Star formations in other galaxies||How to make good plots|
Tentatively scheduled for August 7, 2020. Look for updates on Slack. Email Dr. Kirkpatrick (firstname.lastname@example.org) to participate.
We have a repository of documents to help you learn to read papers, give talks, write articles, and more! Please visit our Google Drive to get started. Reach out to Dr. Mills (email@example.com) with any questions.
Undergraduate researchers will present their projects to the department in a short talk at the end of the summer. Click here to look at talks from the 2020 JUST program.