Thank you for participating in the 2015 REU Program. We would love to hear your feedback on your experience to help us continue to improve the quality of the program.
Please fill out the evaluation form as completely as possible. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
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What do you plan to do immediately after graduation from college?
Aside from relations with mentors and other students, sometimes satisfaction
with your research experience is affected by the project itself. Successes and failures
of procedures and data collection may have an impact on the research experience.
Evaluate how much the outcome of your research project influences your satisfaction
with the research experience by choosing one of the items below:
Evaluate your overall satisfaction with your undergraduate research experience? Check one.
Students may gain from their undergraduate research experience in a variety of intellectual,
attitudinal and social ways. The following section is designed to measure what you consider to be
the gains (the benefits) you derived from your research experience. Two considerations: First, not all
the proposed gains may apply to your experience. Second, most of the students completing this survey
are doing work in science, math, engineering or technology. If you are not doing work in these areas,
it may be useful to use the option NA (not applicable) for the science-specific questions.
Please use this scale for answering the following questions:
From your research experience how much of a gain occurred in:
List any other information you would like us to know. We are particularly interested in how your summer REU experience influenced (either for good or bad!) your career or educational choices, etc.