Research Experience for Undergraduates
Integrative Developmental Biology at ETSU
EXPECTATIONS for Participating Students
You must be present for the entire 10-week duration of the program. You
will be expected to participate fully in all laboratory work necessary and
in all scheduled parts of the program. Most of your time will be spent in
the laboratory working on your project, but the scheduled meetings for
introductory material, discussions, workshops, and seminars are a very
important part of this research experience. The last day of the program
will include your presentation of your findings at our annual Undergraduate
Summer Life Sciences Symposium, hosted by the Quillen College of Medicine.
We will expect you to communicate with us about any issues or concerns that
might interfere with your participation or your ability to benefit fully
from this program.
We also will regularly seek your input about the pace of the programs and upcoming scheduled events.
You will be working directly with faulty mentors on your project, as well as interacting with other
undergraduate and graduate research students. Our REU group will meet
regularly to share workshops and progress updates, address questions, and
discuss our findings.
If you should have questions, please contact: Dr. Rebecca Pyles (firstname.lastname@example.org, 423-439-6077)
OR Dr. James Stewart (email@example.com, 423-439-6927).