Undergraduate Research

Wednesday, September 3, 2008 (Around 6 years ago)

We’re gearing up for a greater emphasis on student research, scholarship, and creative work. Please help us publicize and celebrate the work our students are doing in classrooms, in laboratories, in studios, in the library, in the field.

Coming soon: o A centralized calendar of events across campus that honor student work o Publicity about the work our students have been doing o Articles and resources for faculty on how to do research, scholarship, and creative work with students o Resources for students who are already involved or want to get involved o The 2nd Annual Celebration of Creative Inquiry: May 1st, 2009 o Enhanced programming for students doing work on campus in the summer

Contact Brandy Russell (x6160, brussell) if you have events for the calendar, stories about student work, or ideas about how the Kendall Center can support student research, scholarship, and creative work. If you would like to help with organizing the Celebration of Creative Inquiry, your commitment can be as big or small as you make it. To volunteer or for ideas about incorporating the Celebration into your fall or spring syllabus, please contact Brandy Russell or Elizabeth Jenner.

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