Thinking about Joining the Walter Lab?
To begin, send an email to Dr. Walter: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ask about openings in the lab.
Describe what knowledge or skills you hope to learn as part of doing research.
Share your future career goal
Undergrad Students in our lab have gone on to careers in:
College science teaching, College Advising, Data Analytics, Medicine/Public Health, K12 Education, Psychiatry, and Psychology/Counseling.
JOINING THE WALTER
The Walter lab explores college science teaching and learning. Our work is an intersection of biology, psychology, sociology, and education.
The first step to joining a research lab is sending a detailed email to the primary investigator (the PI). In this case, you should email Dr. Walter at email@example.com. Your email should share your career goal and why you want to do research with the lab.
You should care about the problems the Walter lab is working to solve if you wish to join the lab. We are not accepting students who wish to do work only for a letter of recommendation. To become familiar with our work, please click on "Our Projects" below. You should also scroll down for specific advice to undergrad or grad student applicants.
Note. The Walter Lab is not accepting new students at this time. Dr. Walter expects to be on sabbatical in Academic Year 2022-2023. If you would like to begin a discussion about research to start in Fall 2023, please feel free to contact Dr. Walter at firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTACT DR. WALTER
IF YOU AREN'T SURE HOW TO ADDRESS ME, I PREFER TO GO BY
"DR. WALTER" OR "PROFESSOR WALTER"
To begin, send an email to Dr. Walter at email@example.com.
Ask about openings in the lab for the semester you wish to join.
Share your future career goals and what attracted you to our lab. For example, our lab works in science denial, equity and inclusion, and in how to help professors use active learning. What are your interests tied to these issues?
Describe your background and training
Include a resume and unofficial transcripts.
Grad students in our lab have gone on to:
PhD Programs in Science Education OR Positions in Community College Teaching