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Sometimes a single item in the archives can be the basis for an extended student project. This is how Kathleen Dusseault at Truman State University found herself creating a web version of a medieval book of hours in the library’s special collections. Dusseault worked with mentors Dr. Jon Beck (computer science) and Amanda Langendoerfer (library). Drawing on translations created by a former Truman student, Lauren Milburn, Dusseault designed and created a permanent addition to the library’s websit​
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Senior Jasmine Strong is an Individualized Study major, focusing on Visual Art and Multicultural Therapy, with a Print Media Minor.
Chemistry graduate student achieves a global education and excels in research. “I don’t know if I would be anywhere close to where I am now if it were not for FSU. I am very grateful for this school.”​
When Ingram started at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, she thought she would major in biology, graduate in three years and then “kick it to med school.” Long story short: that did not happen. Which might be surprising, until you take another gander at her words and see that underneath her stated interest runs a different thread that makes her undergraduate path make sense.
Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) is an extension of MSU campus and a hub for research relating to agriculture and ecology. Not many undergraduates know about KBS or are aware that they have the opportunity to spend the summer there. However this opportunity is available to anyone, no previous research experience required.
High Point University’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works helped the Specialty Sleep Association find out how well customers pay attention to mattress support systems by surveying retail sales associates.
Melissa Krook always knew she wanted a career helping people. That was the easy part. Figuring out how was the challenge. Melissa returned to college after a 10-year break, eager to further her education in order to better help people.
Vampires, witches, and werewolves: these are not the kinds of topics usually associated with undergraduate research. However, in Dr. Jennifer Phegley’s 100-level course, “Literary Monstrosities,” at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), students researched the spooky stories published in 19th-century periodicals alongside one recent critically-acclaimed television series, Showtime’s Penny Dreadful.
The Eau Claire Police Department is making a significant change to how officers carry their equipment after a UW-Eau Claire research team determined that load-bearing vests are a safe and healthier alternative to the traditional duty belt.
Millions of people face issues caused by malnutrition daily. While the word “malnutrition” might conjure up a visual of starvation, it actually does not mean “underfed.” A person can be obese and still be considered malnourished. But how?
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