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What are Lab Meetings Good For?


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Podcast: Marginally Significant
Episode: What are Lab Meetings Good For?
Pub date: 2019-04-13

We all have active research labs that meet on a regular basis. Typically, we discuss our current projects, train students on running our studies, and perhaps have students present their findings. However, can lab meetings be used for more than just discussing our own research? Are there practical skills or useful information we could cover during lab meetings that would be helpful for our students? In this episode, we talk about what we currently do in our lab meetings. Perhaps more importantly, we discuss what we could be doing to most effectively use this time for the benefit of our graduate and undergraduate students.


Marginally Significant is hosted by:
Andrew Smith @andrewrsmith
Twila Wingrove @twilawingrove
Andrew Monroe @monroeandrew
Chris Holden @profcjholden

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