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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any additional questions about the Research in Science summer program workshops, please reach out to Anika (adane@wesleyan.edu).
  • Which workshops are required?

    The following workshops are required for all Research in Science fellows:

    • Program Overview
    • Lab Safety Series (annual training is required)
      • The lab safety workshops will be presented by topic specific to research disciplines and departments.  Fellows are required to attend all sessions specific to their lab.
    • Abstract Writing series (sign up for one session of each workshop)
    • Poster Presentation 

    The Lab Safety Series details will be announced soon. 


    QAC apprentices have alterative requirements; please consult the QAC moodle and calendar for details. 


  • Which optional workshops should I attend?

    CIS offers a number of optional workshops during the summer program. These are listed by date and by topic. Fellows are encouraged to consult with their faculty mentors to determine which ones are most complimentary to their program of study.

  • Who can attend these workshops?
    Workshops coordinated by CIS are open to all research fellows on campus regardless of funding.
  • Why do some workshops have limited seating?
    Workshops presented by the library, IDEAS lab, and QAC have limited seating to accommodate constraints on space and materials. Fellows should sign up in advance for these workshops through Moodle.
  • How many workshops should I attend?
    In addition toall required workshops, fellows should expect to attend one optional workshop per week. Fellows may attend more than one in consultation with their faculty mentor.
  • Are workshops paid time?
    Yes, workshops count as paid work.
  • How do I sign up for workshops?
    Please sign up for workshops via Moodle. Sign-up is required for workshops with limited seating and encouraged for all workshops.