Mentoring Undergraduates: How to Be a Guide for Genuine Research Experiences

Tessa Shates (left), a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Entomology at the University of California, Riverside, mentors several undergraduate students with the goal of providing them genuine research experiences early in their academic paths. Here, students (left to right) Jaimie Kenney, Anjo Armendi, and Amani Helo, join Shates in conduciting sampling at a field site at the Shipley Skinner Reserve in Riverside County, California. (Photo by Tessa Shates)

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Source: Entomology Today

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