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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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Maha spent last summer doing research at MU and also won the Outstanding Poster Presentation award at the 2017 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students. She will be starting the University of Michigan’s doctoral program in molecular biology this fall.
Jessica Nix, a junior biology student at the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus, comes from a family of former smokers.
“Research.” The word can intimidate the young and old alike. Especially those with no experience conducting it. Which pretty much describes every freshman in a university setting.
Research that Adira Polite ’18 began at Bowdoin when she was a Mellon Mays fellow finds a troubling trend of racial bias in restorative justice practices for juveniles across the country.
As an assistant professor in the University of Delaware’s School of Education (SOE), Joshua Wilson frequently employs undergraduate assistants to provide support for grant-funded research projects.
Illinois Wesleyan University’s seventh annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Conference, held Feb. 15-17, invited students of all majors to present research tied to this year’s theme, “Changing Climates and Human Rights Discourse.”
Jeffrey Aceves is an excellent student. Always has been. He graduated high school with a 4.3 GPA and an Eagle Scout ranking. He graduated from UC Merced in 3 ½ years, having come to the campus with 20 college credits already completed.
Emily Allison, at Albion College, researched early London’s brothels. During the course of a summer project she wrote and encoded the entry for the Cardinal’s Hat in Southwark. Her faculty mentor was Dr. Ian F. MacInnes.
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Undergraduate Research Stories