Resources for Students

Considering a PhD?

Study Tools:
1. Test prep and test taking
2. Learning skills
3. 2 min neuroscience videos
4. 3-D Brain

Research Tools:
1. How to write a research poster 1
2.How to write a research poster 2
3. Tips on Manuscript Writing and Grant Writing from ASHA
4. Research Funding Sources
5. Writing up Scientific Research
6. 10 simple rules for structuring papers
7. Research Methods
8. Writing Empirical Articles: Transparency, Reproducibility, Clarity, and Memorability
9. How to write a discussion section.

    Stats
1. Stats using SPSS tutorials
2. Effect size calculator
3. t-tests for independent or correlated samples

MA  Theses:
1. UConn Specifications for MA Thesis Preparation 
2. Required forms for graduation (3)

Honors Theses:
1. UConn deadlines, requirements, forms.

Funding:
1. Undergraduate Research Awards– Office of undergrad research lists several-$500-$4,000
2. Connecticut Institute for Brain and Cognitive Sciences– $1,000, application due Oct. 12, 2018.

Useful talks:
1. BIRC talks (2019-2020)
2. SLHS talks (2019-2020)

Disseminating Research:
1. Use of university media office
2. LangFest (submissions 03/19, held 4/19)
3. Frontiers Poster Exhibition (Fall: submissions close 10/8, on 10/24, Spring: submissions open 2/2019, on 4/12-13/2019)
4. American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention (Call for papers: April, Convention in November, Boston 2019)
5. International Neuropsychological Society (Submissions due in August, INS 2019 in NYC in February)
6. Society for the Neurobiology of Language (Abstracts due in April, Conference held in August)
7. Academy of Aphasia  (2019: Macau; 2020: Philly  2021: UK)
8. Clinical Aphasiology Conference  ( submissions due 1/19)
9. International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference (Abstracts due in Feb or March, 2020 for June Vancouver conference)

Aphasia Group Prep:

  1. Sample Lesson Plan
  2. Sample Book Club Materials
  3. FAQ’s