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Undergraduate Research and Inquiry

Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Days

Office of Research and Economic Development

 

APRIL 23, 2022 A CELEBRATION OF CREATIVITY

Calling all undergraduates, faculty, family, staff, and friends! You are invited to participate in Wyoming’s Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines event, formerly Undergraduate Research Day.

The University of Wyoming and Wyoming’s community colleges provide many opportunities for undergraduates to participate in independent research projects across multiple disciplines such as agriculture, business, education, engineering, health sciences, biological and physical sciences, mathematical sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines event recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of these student researchers.

All sessions are open to the public, and all are encouraged to join in the celebration.

 

 


Resources and Workshops

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 Agenda

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 *Note: Lunch is for Students only

  


 

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Former Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Presenters have said:

 

"This research or any real world research greatly benefits me in ways that a book problem just can not."

 

"This research allowed me to design, implement, modify, and analyze my research process and I find that to be incredibly helpful and an overall great contribution to my educational experience."

 

 

The purpose of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines is to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of undergraduate student researchers. The topics will include research in the areas of agriculture, business, education, engineering, health sciences, biological and physical sciences, mathematical sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities.

Two awards will be given by Phi Beta Kappa. The first category honors a project that showcases excellence in non-vocational, non-professional or non-technical studies. The second award is given to a project that articulates the interfaces between science and the human condition in a nuanced way that shows understanding and not simply consideration. Winners expertly knit together the physical, intellectual, ethical, and social interfaces of the project. If you want your project to be considered for either of these opportunities, please indicate so on the registration form. For more information on these awards and PBK take a look at their site.

 


Research and Inquiry events are sponsored by the UW Offices of Research and Economic Development, Student Affairs, and Academic Affairs; and also by the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture, College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Health Sciences, the Honors College, Wyoming INBRE, the McNair Scholars Program, Phi Beta Kappa, Wyoming EPSCoR, and the Wyoming NASA Space Grant Consortium.
Please continue to visit our site for updated information on Research and Inquiry events. For further information, please contact Nichole Lumadue (uroffice@uwyo.edu).
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Office of Research & Economic Development

Dept. 3355, 1000 E. University Avenue

Old Main Room 308

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5353

Fax: (307) 766-2608

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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