Campus News

Undergraduate Research

October 6, 2014
Office of Communications
Photo credit: Yvette Chen ’16

Student researchers in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities discuss the projects they completed this summer in collaboration with faculty mentors on Friday, September 26, in the Science Center. The poster display was part of a daylong celebration that recognized undergraduate research. Group presentations in nearby classrooms, a reception in honor of the participants, and a keynote address, “The Power of Student-Faculty Research Collaborations” by Dean Tim Elgren, rounded out the day.

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