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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By exposing insects to carefully controlled conditions, researchers will measure their effects on plant production, nutrient cycling, and related plant physiology and traits.
Psychology’s Gwenith Fisher co-authored a study examining the notion that working long hours negatively impacts health.
Eugene Chen’s lab develops new materials and methods for waste-free, sustainable polymers.
A new study shows what nine different world regions have contributed to climate change since 1900, and what will happen moving forward.