Resources


For Students

Become part of the iAMSTEM Hub Student Committee

USEFUL LINKS

People, Offices, and Services that can work for YOU.

  • Academic Advising – Navigating your way to a degree can be complex.  Get some help from the people that specialize in understanding the system.
  • Undergraduate Research Center –  The URC can help you get involved in undergraduate research and/or find funding to support your work.
  • Internship & Career Center – Get career advising, find internships, or prepare for the job hunt.  These folks do it all.
  • Student Academic Success Center – Looking for some advising, free tutoring, writing help, or a study buddy?  SASC has you covered and more.
  • my.ucdavis.edu – your web portal to campus services relevant to you.
  • California Alliance for Minority Participation – CAMP serves underrepresented students seeking bachelor’s degrees in chemistry, engineering, mathematics, physics, or other sciences, and are interested in conducting undergraduate research.

FELLOW STUDENTS

Don’t forget that you are always surrounded by people that can help. Talking to fellow students is one of the best ways to find out what works and what doesn’t. Ask a classmate about their schedule and you’ll be sure to find out  which classes are awesome and which are merely somewhat awesome.
Getting involved in a study or research community can substantially improve your academic performance and reduce time to graduation. Don’t underestimate the power of a study buddy.

Check out these students on the iAMSTEM Path!

 


 

For Faculty

PAPERS

Key literature (that’s quite readable) to inform instruction and assessment.

If you have any suggestions for papers or resources to include in this section please comment below.

Learning & Instruction


Critical & Scientific Thinking


Assessment

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