Inside Undergraduate Summer Research Programs: Part Two

There are many reasons to have undergraduates join your lab for the summer, including mentoring practice for postdocs and a chance to guide the upcoming generation of researchers. Chiye Aoki, a faculty member involved in New York University’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program, shares how to give undergraduates a summer research experience that will enhance their career and enrich your lab.

This Q&A is part of a series that explores how undergraduate summer research programs impact students and the labs who host them.

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