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Understand CISER’s Mission.

CISER is not for class projects, homework, or exam preparation.  Any project found to be in violation of this expectation will be dropped.

Come prepared.

Bring your faculty adviser to the initial meeting and be prepared to discuss your research goals, questions, relevant literature and preliminary results to help CISER…

Provide advanced notice of schedule changes.

We understand that life happens, and that sometimes affects scheduled meetings. Whenever possible, please provide at least 24 hours notice to CISER if you need…

Provide constructive feedback.

CISER’s goal of improving engaged learning is only possible if we get meaningful feedback on our processes and outcomes.

Be confident in your uncertainty.

We don’t know everything and we don’t expect you to, either.  Please don’t be hesitant to ask any questions or express any uncertainty.  We’d like…

Be patient.

Recognize that your research question may take multiple meetings and exchanges.

Respect CISER timelines and priorities.

Due to high demand and minimal resources, please contact us at least two weeks prior to your desired meeting date.

Contact CISER early on in your research process.

The earlier we can provide feedback on your study, the easier the statistical analysis will be.  Studies without statistical input at the beginning can become…

Give credit for meaningful contribution.

Credit can come in the form of co-authorship on manuscripts, co-PI status on grants, or other methods agreed upon before the start of a project. CISER defines…

Become partners with CISER.

CISER is not a black box where you drag and drop data and get results out. This means you should expect to engage in learning…
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