Undergraduates showcase research prowess
A&S committed to engaging students in research in their undergrad years
Students in Arts & Science research programs showcased their work yesterday at the annual Undergraduate Research Fair. Projects ranged from forensic work that saw students locating pig carcases and guns buried underground to exploring variations in the English dialect.
More than 170 students took advantage of the opportunity to explain their research process and findings to families, friends and other students.
Arts & Science undergraduate research programs include: Second-year research opportunities which enable students to join a faculty member’s team on a research project, the third-year Research Excursions in which students conduct research off-campus and the International Course Module program which enables students to travel to the location they are studying in a course to study nature, culture and events first-hand.
Undergraduate Research Fair Slideshow:
All photos: Diana Tyszko.