2022 – 2023
“Welcome current URA Scholars! I hope your research year is going well.
Join us for the required fall workshops and check-ins (see below).
If you have any concerns or set-backs in your work, please contact me directly.”
Intern Success Practicum (PRAC 95/98/99)
The UMBC Career Center’s Intern Success Practicum (PRAC 95/98/99) is a zero-credit, pass/fail course for any undergraduate or graduate student who is completing a substantial internship or research experience. All URA Scholars are enrolled in the research section of the Practicum for the Fall semester. The Practicum supplements the URA Scholars program by tracking your progress and providing support, structure, and professional development to help you succeed in your on-campus research. Upon successful completion, you will receive a “Research Experience” notation on your transcript. The Practicum is free of cost.
Benefits of PRAC for URA Scholars:
- Give and receive formal feedback from your mentor
- Streamline the URA process, with clear learning goals, deadlines, and evaluations
- Formal notation of your research experience on your transcript
- Earn a Professional Edge Badge to display on your public profiles such as LinkedIn, plus opportunities to meet employers and be featured as a Researcher of the Week.
Intern Success Practicum Syllabus for URA Scholars
Undergraduate Research During the COVID Pandemic:
New Methods and Opportunities
(A recording of the workshop can be found here.)
Wednesday, September 23
Featuring undergraduate researchers: Joshua Slaughter, Theodore Addo, Maryam Elhabashy, Camille Blackford, Keren Herran, Camille Ollivierre, and Elle Kreiner.
This panel discussion is open to all UMBC students, faculty, and staff.
Entrepreneurship: Opportunities for commercializing your research
Vivian Armor and Wendy Martin
Friday October 2
Location: Via Webex
Research Ethics and IRB
Wednesday, November 4
Location: Via Webex