Getting a Head Start: The Benefits of Starting Undergraduate Research as a Freshman
The anecdotal account of an undergraduate student beginning research in his freshman year is described. The benefits of early participation in hands-on research include confidence, content knowledge, and career awareness. Highlights of his undergraduate career are presented.
Crooke, Stephen N., C. Michele Davis McGibony, Christine R. Whitlock.
"Getting a Head Start: The Benefits of Starting Undergraduate Research as a Freshman."
Chemical Educator, 17: 211-212.