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Maya Mueller is a URA Scholar and Mathematics major, who will graduate in 2020!
 
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Minutes before she was scheduled to present her gender identity research at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium, Deja Edwards wondered whether anyone from her lab would attend. Several people had mentioned they’d try, but most had other obligations.
 
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These days, study of the archives often begins with digital images, but an in-person visit to an actual manuscript remains a powerfully transformative scholarly experience, especially for undergraduates. Sheridon Ward, Ohio State University ’21, was lucky enough to spend time working through a massive and dense wardmote inquest book at the London Metropolitan Archives (the LMA). Sheridon has a double major in Medieval & Renaissance Studies along with Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology. CURAH caught up to her after her visit to the LMA.
 
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Rising Emory College junior Kasey Cervantes is spending the last weeks of his summer surrounded by mosquitoes, work that could eventually play a small role in helping save children’s lives.
 
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Populations of two varieties of seaweed found in Narragansett Bay are going in opposite directions, according to recent research by a University of Rhode Island undergraduate.
 
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Artistic themes don’t get any weightier than the ones Kiet Le confronts in his work. Mortality, spirituality, religion, love, pain and truth permeate the contours of his sculptures, demanding the room’s attention and challenging the viewer’s perspective.
 
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What do okra, mattresses and law firms have in common? They’re the key to one of the primary aspects that makes a High Point University education so powerful — undergraduate research.
 
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Undergraduate researcher Conner Verhulst unearths a fondness for an unusual creature.
 
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After a brain tumor, Mckenna Winnie found healing in a faculty research project
 
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Tara Braden, a junior in Engineering Physics at Mines, is on the forefront of thermoelectric materials innovation.
 
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