The ASA Religion Section is teaming up with The Aggie Research Program (ARP) at Texas A&M University to create a research mentoring community. Through a series of three online workshops hosted by the ARP, participants will:
- form a research-intensive community of their peers,
- facilitate the creation of team-based research projects using their own research agenda,
- recruit 3-5 undergraduate researchers,
- learn mentoring and leadership strategies to help guide students engaging in authentic research experiences, and
- collaborate with each other to overcome challenges and develop best practices for research mentoring.
These interactive workshops will guide participants through the process of creating, managing, and developing a research team while simultaneously fostering the development of the research-intensive community.
Any graduate student, any methodology, and any stage of research will benefit from the skills and community developed in this pilot program.
Please join us for Workshop #1—Building a Research-Intensive Community on Friday, December 11 @ 3-4:30pm CST.
To register, please RSVP using this link: https://tamu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0IEjHcPzg1FdNnn
Upon submission, you will receive an email with the Zoom link for the workshop. If you do not receive a Zoom link, please contact Andrew McNeely (firstname.lastname@example.org).