Here are a few suggestions:
Highlight: UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program at UWM)
Many current and past AMSA members have taken part in the UROP program. Itís a great way to connect with researchers on campus in several different areas. http://www.uwm.edu/letsci/edison/urop/index.html
Other UWM undergraduate research programs:
Summer Research program list from AAMC:
Co-op/Internship Opportunities for 2008 for Pre-Medical Students (from RIT.edu):
National Science Foundationís Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU:)
There are several, other undergraduate research opportunities at universities across the country, so make sure to do your own search online to find them!
Also, check with professors of courses you have really enjoyed learning from. They are usually happy to take on an undergraduate student to help with their research.
Stop by our office at Union 366 during our office hours to ask any questions or to fill out a membership application. You may also obtain an application or any of our informative flyers and brochures from our bulletin boards. You can visit our bulletin boards located outside of our office in the Union, across from the main lecture halls in the Physics building, or on the west end of Lapham Hall (the entrances facing the chemistry building).
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