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O'Mally Leads Student Session at COE Forum

Dr. O'Mally talking with a student about research being conducted at the NRTC.

Dr. Jamie O’Mally, NRTC Assistant Research Professor, recently led a student session entitled, “Student Involvement in Research to Expand Career Opportunities,” at the Annual College of Education Faculty/Student Research Forum. The session focused on the importance of students becoming involved in research early to expand their career opportunities and gave students ideas and suggestions for getting involved in research projects through the University and other outlets. Dr. O’Mally also shared her personal experiences of being involved in research as an undergraduate and graduate student and how it helped with her career. Representatives from various centers conducting research on campus were also present to talk with students about specific opportunities to gain research experience.