A P-Value Party for the Mentoring Study: The Final Results!

You’ve been with me since I started on this project at the start of the summer and now here’s what we’ve all been waiting for! Let’s dig into some results, shall we?

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One Way Mirrors and Full Circles: Finishing Up Work on the Mentoring Study

After performing analyses on the data, closing computer windows, and shutting the lab door behind me, I’ve packed up and left Williamsburg for the rest of the summer. But, readers, as they say in infomercials, that’s not all!

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Exciting Progress and Next Steps in the Mentoring Study!

I’m excited to report that my lab group reached a couple of milestones this week! We finished checking baseline surveys, which involved going back through hundreds of hand-written questionnaires to ensure that the data was entered accurately into the computer.  Additionally, data for all follow ups have been coded and we’re wrapping up checking that information as well!

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Endorse My Excel Skills on LinkedIn, Please

Hey everyone! With three weeks of research under my belt, I’m about a third of the way through my summer here in Williamsburg! It all started with lab meetings my first couple days, and since then I’ve been establishing a schedule and work goals for each week. Things are going well!

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“Little Buddies,” Big Goals: An Evaluation of a Youth Mentoring Program

Hi Tribe! My name is Phoebe Flint and I’m so thrilled to be able to conduct research over the summer with the support of the Charles Center and my advisor, Dr. Elizabeth Raposa. I’m currently studying in Scotland, but I’m looking forward to coming back home to Williamsburg to get started on my project!

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