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Several faculty who couldn't be here with interest in humanities topics: Charles Starkey, biomedical ethics, Brenda Burk, archives, collecting stories and interviews
Is there a list of the mentors participating?
How many students should there be per group?
Will there be a cost to participate in the program?
Is there a way to share ideas on the web site now so students know that there are humanities topics as well as engineering topics
will there be an email sent out about student sign up or should we just check back on the website?
Do students earn academic credit for their participation?
How are ideas protected?
For those of us that will be working is there an expected hour requirement?
Are there opportunities for STEM majors?
Will the “broad needs” sign up have a description of the areas included? ex: I didn’t see what logistics/manufacturing would fall under.
What kind of areas will the research encompass? Will it be things like device development, community outreach, etc, or something else?
What is your role in this initiative?
Can you work on multiple groups/teams?
I just took bioinformatics. I’ll ask my teacher if he’s interested in this initiative. If he isn’t, what should I do next? I could help, but I’d need a mentor related to this field or biochemistry
Do you see a need for Computer Science majors?
Do you see a need for Mathematics majors?
I would imagine there is a role for social science majors?
The signup will be live on Monday May 3
Oops. May 4
The Clemson COVID Challenge page will have frequent updates for necessary information. Form will be open Monday