Here, real-world research is not reserved for faculty and graduate students. Getting hands-on research experience is essential and rewarding for undergraduates. Research is part of our mission as a land-grant university, and we value its role in learning and outreach. And it will help you prepare for a successful career – no matter what you choose to do.
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A research team is developing a system for streamlining and managing vast datasets that could advance research in urban sustainability.
Dr. Mingzhong Wu, along with fellow researchers, discovered a major advancement in physics that could mean more energy efficient magnetic storage.
Psychology department researchers moved from Sage Hall to the Behavioral Sciences Building, and the Psychological Services Center relocated from the Clark Building to Sage Hall.
Sarah Myers and Kat McNeely-White, graduate students studying cognitive psychology, will be presenting research posters at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Montréal later this year as recipients of the society’s Graduate Travel Award.