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Skill-Building Workshops

The skill-building workshops offered through UROP are required or recommended by UROP mentors as skills that are necessary to be successful as a part of their research project. The workshops are agreed upon between the mentor and mentee when completing their mentor/mentee agreement. Students are encouraged and welcome to attend workshops that are recommended by their mentor or that they are interested in.

Time spent completing skill-building workshops can be included in the hours that the student reports on their timesheet. 

General Workshop Resources

 

 

 

Citation Management Workshops

  • EndNote
  • Mendeley
  • Zotero

Coding Languages Workshops

  • C++
  • Java
  • Python
    • NumPy
    • SciPy

Data Management Workshops

  • DeDoose
  • Excel
  • Google Scholar (Academic Research with Google)
  • MatLab
  • NVIVO
  • Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Qualtrics
  • SAS
  • SPSS
  • Statistical Concepts
  • STATA

Data Visualization Workshops

  • GIS: Geographic Information System (ArcGIS/ESRI)
  • Google Slides
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Photoshop
  • Presenting Data Visually
  • PowerPoint
  • R Programming
  • Solidworks
  • Webpage Design
  • Video Creation
    • Adobe Premiere
    • Camtasia
    • Final Cut Pro
    • iMovie
    • Kaltura Personal Capture
    • QuickTime Pro

UROP Research Support Workshops

Undergraduates in a Laboratory Setting

  • Animal Care
  • Keeping a Laboratory Notebook
  • Lab Safety (EHS/OSEH)
  • Laboratory Mathematics
  • PEERRS: Program for Education and Evaluation in Responsible Research and Scholarship
  • Radiation Safety
  • REDCap

Workshop Attendance Reporting

Upon completion of any skill-building workshops, UROP Students should upload a PDF copy of their workshop completion confirmation in the Student Portal "Training Workshops" page.

The time spent attending and completing skill-building workshops and training are considered hours spent on your research project and should be reported on your timesheet.

Laboratory Mathematics

Laboratory Math include converting between units, and making and diluting solutions.

Contact: For questions about workshops please contact urop.info@umich.edu