Dr. Laura Reed recently awarded $1,999,426 from NSF for a 5-yr project to work on Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in genomics with the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP).
The 16th annual A&S Summit for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (URSCA) was held April 12, 2019, in Moody Music Hall. Download list of award winners as a printable PDF. Oral Presentations Humanities and Fine Arts 1st Place, Dr. Laura Busenlehner Award, $500 total MOLLY BUFFINGTON Department: Modern Languages and Classics Faculty Mentor: Kirk Summers
The Randall Outstanding Research Award program, “recognizes the best research activity conducted by undergraduate students at The University of Alabama.”
Ellyn Hamm, a graduating senior in music therapy, and her faculty mentor, Professor Andrea Cevasco, have worked together on a project that combines research and service. Their work documents the needs of new born babies in the intensive care unit of the local hospital, provides immediate care and attention to those infants through music therapy
The Fourth Annual UA Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference was held April 11, 2011. Below is the list of oral and poster presentation winners from College of Arts and Sciences. The winners, as well as all presenters, are to be congratulated. In addition to the A&S awards listed here, two of the top awards
The College of Arts and Sciences has several ways a student can become involved in research. There are on-going programs in the college and at the University level; there are courses that have substantial research as part of the content of the course; and there are opportunities for a student to work with a faculty
UA’s Fourth Annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference will be held on April 11, 2011 at the Bryant Conference Center. This is a wonderful opportunity for our undergraduates to present their projects and for students who are not yet involved in research to learn more about it. The conference opens to all students at
The Office of Undergraduate Research honors Forrest Phillips and Prof. Albert Pionke, both of the Department of English, as the undergraduate researcher and faculty mentor of the month. Forrest is a senior, majoring in English, and going to the UA law school after graduation. He participates in the English Honors Program that is directed by Professors