EAS E590 The Art of Geological Sciences

31947 — Spring 2021

Instructor
Michael W. Hamburger
Location
Taught online, synchronous instruction
Days and Times
TR 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Course Description

The course is designed to help students in making the transition from undergraduate student to professional scientific researcher, focusing on some of the practical skills that are required for success as a research scientist, including issues of scientific ethics, strategic planning of research goals, scientific communication, career planning, and science and public policy.

P: Graduate standing in Geological Sciences. Introductory seminar for incoming graduate students in Geological Sciences (also open to continuing graduate students). The course is designed to help students in making the transition from undergraduate student to professional scientific researcher, focusing on some of the practical skills that are required for success as a research scientist, including issues of scientific ethics, strategic planning of research goals, scientific communication, career planning, and science and public policy.

1 credit

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