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Jerome Fang
20:04
Enroll in the symposium Canvas shell: https://coastdistrict.instructure.com/enroll/TDJW8M
Kelli Elliott
23:53
OCC Symposium webpage on the Campus Website:
Kelli Elliott
23:55
http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/academics/research-symposium/Pages/default.aspx
Jerome Fang
26:48
Last year’s symposium event website: https://www.occsymposium.com/
Jonathan Trinh
31:11
Do you need experience?
Brent Rudmann
31:20
No!!
Melissa Archibald
31:27
No Jonathan. We always welcome newbies ;)
Brent Rudmann
31:39
One of the main points of the Symposium is to help folks get experience!
Erin Gratz (she/her)
33:15
Great words of advice, Kaylan!
Kaylan Billings
33:38
Thank You, the email is billingskaylan@gmail.com
Gina Fletcher
33:44
Thank you, Kaylan! Cool shirt by the way! Haha
Anna Tran
33:45
Hello! I’m worried about the time frame with my enrollment at OCC, what are the deadlines for application if not this year, next year?
Kelli Elliott
34:08
­we'll cover deadlines/dates during this meeting :)
Anna Tran
34:16
Thank you !
Ulrike M Green
34:21
Ana, we will go over all this in a minute:)
Teresa Scarbrough
34:46
Enroll in the Honors Program Canvas shell: https://coastdistrict.instructure.com/enroll/CPHEPD
Ulrike M Green
36:24
Kaylan also won runner up in her category.
Connor Cuomo
40:49
Here’s a link to Jillian’s project
Connor Cuomo
40:51
https://www.occsymposium.com/2021/jillian-paul
Brent Rudmann
40:57
I think it is also important to note that most of the participants do not win prizes, those are a level of exceptionality. The bulk of the presenters are there for experience and hopefully a bit of fun too! If someone goes from "I am terrified of presenting at a conference-like venue" to "That wasn't....that bad at all and now I know how to do this!," then it will have been a success. Everyone has different levels of ability and effort and get a lot from what they put in at any level.
Jonathan Trinh
41:24
What is your advice to overcome the fear having enough time?
Jillian Paul
41:27
jpaul10@student.cccd.edu
Ulrike M Green
41:28
Very good point, Brent!
Jon Mochizuki
41:48
Great job by Kaylan, Connor and Jillian! Thank you!
Jillian Paul
41:50
Plan ahead, be organized
Connor Cuomo
42:00
ccuomo1@student.cccd.edu
Brent Rudmann
42:00
Just to start early, meet with your mentor regularly and don't try to pick a topic that is too broad or difficult :D
Kelli Elliott
42:03
So great to hear from our past presenters!
Jerome Fang
42:24
Enroll in the Canvas shell: https://coastdistrict.instructure.com/enroll/TDJW8M
Jillian Paul
43:07
Also forgot to mention ask other professors besides your mentor for help. They are very happy to give quick advice. The HTCC was great as well for very little extra work and Terry was an incredible resource.
Jon Mochizuki
44:03
Good point, Jillian! Think of the entire campus as a resource for your projects.
Jonathan Trinh
46:25
I like idea of engaging with other professors. I think It will give me an idea if I would like them teaching me if I ever need to take a class in the subject. However I am wondering if there was a way I could connect with them?
Marina Salmon
47:12
Sorry, I have to get back to work, is there a one-stop-shop for dates/deadlines or just check the Canvas shell?
Kelli Elliott
47:22
The OCC
Kelli Elliott
47:26
http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/academics/research-symposium/Pages/default.aspx
Kelli Elliott
47:43
There is a page on dates
Marina Salmon
47:54
Thank you so much!
Erin Gratz (she/her)
49:25
@Melissa ~ Thank you for the library and librarian promotion! We are here to help you all go through the process!
Jonathan Trinh
49:26
If any mentors are in the chat I was wondering if I could get their email so I can decide on which mentor would help me best.
Brent Rudmann
49:59
Do you have a particular focus/major of what you might do a project in, Jonathan?
Ulrike M Green
50:19
We will have a mentor mixer next week at the same time where you can directly talk to faculty who want to mentor.
Brent Rudmann
50:43
Oh yes, the mixer is great!
Duy Pham
51:16
We have a list of potential mentors and topics they are interested in for you to browse. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1P1_UIe5PBC1omkG1zPglPQrqHlbN4Y9lkrioTG6LmGI/edit#gid=581188983
Kaylan Billings
51:43
Yeah, I spent like 400$ on materials.
Jonathan Trinh
51:56
As someone with ADHD, I am currently planning onto how ADHD affects their lives in work and school
Ulrike M Green
52:12
That is a great topic!
Kaylan Billings
52:13
The symposium approved me for a 100$ support which I was grateful for
Jerome Fang
53:16
OCC symposium website (for general info and dates): http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/academics/research-symposium/Pages/default.aspx
Jerome Fang
55:08
Next Friday’s Mentor Mixer Zoom link: https://cccd-edu.zoom.us/j/93761744251?pwd=dk1NMTB6OWlJQ0hmSVhvemNNaGs2dz09
Melissa Archibald
55:46
Review the Mentor Module in Canvas. It connects you to a list of Potential Mentors and you can complete the Mentor Finder Survey if you are still struggling to locate a Mentor.
Jonathan Trinh
56:28
This program sounds great. I was freshman last year at OCC and I wish I knew I knew about this last year.
Kelli Elliott
59:40
Kelli Elliott (Biology and Environmental Science/Ecology): kelliott@occ.cccd.edu
Connor Cuomo
01:02:17
Teresa is the best.
Jillian Paul
01:02:22
Highly recommend that if you can.
Brent Rudmann
01:06:36
Presenting at Berkeley or Stanford is so fun. We take OCC vans up when they hold it and it is a great experience. AND you get to jot on the resumes that you presented at Stanford (etc). It is pretty cool.
Connor Cuomo
01:07:12
If you have interest in research, I was involved in the Research Journal Club at OCC last year. 5 of the prize winners from last year were presenters, members, or officers of the Research Journal Club. In the interest of gauging interest in the club for the coming semester, I’d appreciate if you’d reach out if that’s something you’re interested in being a part of. The contact email is researchjournalclubatocc@gmail.com if you’d like to know more.
Jillian Paul
01:08:53
Terry is really happy to help and answer questions, I was completely clueless about much of this without her help in regards to HTCC
Jillian Paul
01:11:05
I am the ONLY transfer I know that has done something like this.
Jillian Paul
01:12:27
It may sound intimidating but it ends up being very fun
Anna Tran
01:13:29
Thank you for your insight as well, Amy!
Katherine Asovia
01:13:58
PTK!! :D
Kaylan Billings
01:14:08
PTK!!
Amy Hellman
01:16:21
If you have interest in research, I was involved in the Research Journal Club at OCC last year. 5 of the prize winners from last year were presenters, members, or officers of the Research Journal Club. In the interest of gauging interest in the club for the coming semester, I’d appreciate if you’d reach out if that’s something you’re interested in being a part of. The contact email is researchjournalclubatocc@gmail.com if you’d like to know more.
Teresa Scarbrough
01:17:53
PTK Research Edge: www.ptk.org (log in -- members only)
Jerome Fang
01:17:54
Thanks for coming to the workshop! Here are some useful links:Enroll in the symposium Canvas shell: https://coastdistrict.instructure.com/enroll/TDJW8MNext Friday’s Mentor Mixer Zoom link: https://cccd-edu.zoom.us/j/93761744251?pwd=dk1NMTB6OWlJQ0hmSVhvemNNaGs2dz09OCC symposium website (for general info and dates): http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/academics/research-symposium/Pages/default.aspxLast year’s symposium event website: https://www.occsymposium.com/Enroll in the Honors Program Canvas shell: https://coastdistrict.instructure.com/enroll/CPHEPDOCC Research Journal Club: email researchjournalclubatocc@gmail.com for more info
Lisa Huynh
01:20:00
Thank you!