Tiffany Shaleen Reardon
Associate Director for Engineering Excellence Programs
Engineering Student Services
UC Berkeley College of Engineering
Friday, September 23, 2022
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Are you a community college STEM/PreMed Major interested in getting involved in research but aren’t sure where to start? It’s a myth that paid research positions are only available for a select few. In this workshop, we’ll go over the types of research programs that are available to community college students and how to create compelling applications. By the end of this workshop, you’ll be well prepared to apply and well connected to opportunities.
About the Speaker:
For many years, Tiffany Reardon has been working to change the face of STEM. She began doing this at Skyline Community College where she worked as the Director of the Mathematics Engineering, Science Achievement Program. After successfully establishing Skyline’s MESA program she accepted a position as the Assistant Director of Programs for MESA Statewide at the University of California’s Office of the President working with nearly 70 community college and university MESA programs. In 2012, she joined UC’s flagship campus by accepting a position at UC Berkeley in the College of Engineering. At Berkeley, she established Berkeley’s Award Winning Transfer Pre-Engineering Program (T-PREP). Throughout her career, Tiffany has helped hundreds of students successfully transfer to top-tier universities, prepare for graduate school, and gain prestigious research fellowships. In 2018, she launched REUFinder.com which is a blog aimed at exposing non-traditional students to paid research opportunities.
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Topic: The Ins and Outs of Finding Research as a Community College Student
When: September 23, 2022, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)