Our Training Programs

The ARC supports a variaty of different training programs, learn more about them below:

Many instruments in the ARC can be used by students and researchers in self-use mode after following in-depth training and proficiency testing by ARC staff scientists.

New ARC users need to follow our onboarding instructions by joining our ARC Users MS Team.

Training can be requested in iLab and is available to CSU students and researchers.
External users can be trained on select instruments upon approval from ARC Center Director.

Learn more here.

The ARC has been offering specialized workshops on various topics since 2014.
These range from instrument theory and hands-on learning to advanced data processing and interpretation.

Past Workshops

Upcoming Workshop: TBA

ARC staff scientists are actively involved in classroom teaching and can guest lecture upon request. The ARC also supports a number of CSU courses with experiential learning modules through lab courses, demonstrations and in-class discussions of acquired data.

Please request course support in iLab.

Learn more here.

This PSM program is designed to fill a growing need of technically trained individuals with the capability of operating, maintaining and managing microscope core facilities in private companies, or academic/governmental facilities.

Learn more here.

The ARC hires every year undergraduate student interns and postdoctoral fellows to support in various service and development projects. Our Instrumentalists Training Program is aimed at developing the new generation of instrumentalists and Core Technicians and Scientists.

These positions are posted on ARC Linkedin.

Read some Student testimonials

Learn more here.

The ARC has a longstanding practice of offering customized learning tools to students from surrounding PUI and minority-serving institutions. Please contact us if you are interested in visiting the ARC with your students and we’ll create a valuable experience for them.

The ARC participates in the national middle-school AVID program through demo days for AVID students from Lincoln middle school. The AVID program targets strong, but challenged, potential first-generation college students and supports them in preparing for college.

Learn more here.