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Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology (MUST): 2012 Orientation and 21st Century Leadership Symposium Evaluation Report

Citation

Feldman, J., Ifill, N., Radford, A., & Farr, B. (2012). Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology (MUST): 2012 Orientation and 21st Century Leadership Symposium Evaluation Report. Berkeley, CA: MPR Associates, Inc.

Abstract

The 2012 Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology (MUST) Orientation and 21st Century Leadership Symposium was a four-day event that offered MUST project participants the opportunity to strengthen their skills and prepare themselves for the competitive climate of the 21st century. The event was hosted by the Hispanic College Fund (HCF), which administers MUST. It consisted of lectures, workshops, presentations, discussions, and social experiences relevant to the professional development of its participants. Students heard from inspirational speakers, attended specialized workshops, and received guidance in developing a variety of skills for the 21st century workforce. The 2012 Symposium took place July 19–22 in Orlando, Florida, and was conducted in collaboration with the NASA Harriet G. Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship Symposium. The evaluation was conducted by MPR Associates, Inc. (MPR) of Washington, DC.