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Meeting Potential Research Mentors


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Nov 14, 2008
  1. Pre-Medical
I have been trying to find a research mentor for next semester. I emailed a few professors to see if I could meet with them and a few have responded (I am meeting with one tomorrow). I realize that I have to prepare myself by reading more about the person's research and having genuine questions about his/her work, but do I need to bring anything else with me? I already sent my resume with the original email. Do I need to bring a notebook or something to take notes?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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