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Tara Braden, a junior in Engineering Physics at Mines, is on the forefront of thermoelectric materials innovation.
After witnessing the effects of weather and climate on the fishing industry, Jane Harrell, ’19, knew she wanted to study atmospheric sciences.
At the end of her study, McKenzie LeBlanc was selected to represent Louisiana at a national undergraduate research project in Washington, D.C.
If you look toward the Flint River on campus this summer, there’s a good chance you’ll spot Associate Professor Heather Dawson and her students fishing.
Senior Nia Harmon is on the fast track to success, and one of the main reasons why is her intellectual curiosity.
The wire between seems charged with symbolic heft: tying paper to its replacement, or connecting old methods to new. The question Rademacher’s tweet triggers—what’s a flux puppy?—arrives simultaneous to that desire all good marketing teams trade in: I don’t know what it is, but I want one.
Two graduating Mississippi State seniors have been selected to receive prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
It’s not all about labs and microscopes. Increasingly, Emory students are pursuing undergraduate research in the humanities to gain a deeper understanding of the human condition as they prepare to set out on career pathways that range from medicine, business and law to nonprofits, teaching and public policy. The work allows them to pursue big questions about ethics, beliefs, language and behavior — the very things that make us human — in an increasingly complex world.
At Northern Arizona University, research is open to every undergraduate in every discipline, and at the 2019 Undergraduate Expo, which runs from April 17-28, the NAU and Flagstaff communities are invited to meet students from every college as they present the results of their research projects.
Evelyn Tovanche, a senior biomedical sciences major in The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Science, said her research experience in the summer of 2018 was life changing.
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Undergraduate Research Stories