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Interdisciplinary & Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research: Home

A resource for student researchers and their faculty mentors.

About This Guide

This guide provides useful information and resources for student researchers and their faculty mentors at Skyline College.

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  • Opportunities for students to engage in and share research 
  • Information on resources and services that support student research
  • Links to ebooks, article and video databases, magazines, and The New York Times
  • Search tips and guidance in using OneSearch, databases, Google, Google Scholar, and YouTube
  • Tips on evaluating information
  • Citation and style guides
  • Information on The Copyright Law and Fair Use Exemption
  • Tips and best practices in sharing research

 

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There are several faculty at Skyline College who mentor students. If you are interested in pursuing research or sharing your research, please feel free to reach out to one of the contacts listed below.

Rachel Cunningham - Geography Faculty

Jennifer Merrill - Faculty Advisor, Psi Beta Psychology Honor Society

Janice Sapigao - Faculty Coordinator, Skyline College Honors Transfer Program (HTP)

Dr. Susanne Schubert - Assistant Professor, Chemistry

Pia Walawalkar - Outreach and Equity Librarian

Chris Woo - Program Services Coordinator, Social Science and Creative Arts

Outreach & Equity Librarian

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Pia Walawalkar
Contact:
Bldg. 5, 2nd Floor, Office # 5-208

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