Students must fill out a bi-weekly timesheet stating the hours they worked on the project. This timesheet must be signed by the faculty mentor and turned into Susan Reeves in the Office of Science Teaching (firstname.lastname@example.org, 644-6747, 1062E King Life Sciences Building, mail code 4295).
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At the end of the semester we will be asking all SOAR interns and their faculty mentors to present a poster at the STEM equity conference. This will be a place for the SOAR interns to share their projects and what they’ve learned from the work. This conference will be open to local teachers, education faculty, STEM undergraduates, and STEM faculty. The goal is to bring these groups together to discuss bringing STEM to our local K-12 students.
What will the posters look like?
Your poster will represent the work that you have completed over the semester/year. Student/faculty pairs are free to present their work in any way they see fit. This could be through a demonstration, manipulative, or pictures.
See some examples of posters from previous conferences on the left.