Showcasing undergraduate research

From Martha Weber, ORU:

In April 2019, the ORU will host Miami’s 25th Undergraduate Research Forum. To celebrate this milestone in Miami’s dedication to mentored undergraduate research, the ORU invites the university join us for a yearlong showcase of projects and outcomes.  If you are interested in showcasing your undergraduate research project, please contact Martha. Upcoming events include;

Wed Oct 10, 2018, King Library AIS (134), 7:15-8:00pm. Two Miami Undergraduate Research teams invite you to engage in dialogue about these current global topics:

International Studies Class Research Team Projects. Undergraduate researchers discuss investigated topics: sustainable development, global governance and environmental sustainability issues/arenas.

tPP (the terrorism Prosecution Project). For the last four semesters, a team of undergraduate students in conjunction with a faculty advisor, have completed a large-scale data project which seeks to provide a patterned analysis and taxonomy of felony criminal cases involving political violence in the United States from 1990 to present.

Tues Oct 23, King Library AIS (134), 12:00 – 3:30pm (drop-in)Hughes and Undergraduate Summer Scholar (2018) Showcase of Research Projects:

The ORU Invites Faculty and Students to Chat with Hughes and USS Summer Scholars who conducted an independent summer research project. Students interested in applying in to the USS 2019 program are invited to ask questions about the process of choosing a research topic, searching for a faculty mentor to collaborate with the student on the project design in preparation for application submission on 02/02/2019. ORU staff will be on hand to answer individual questions and to discuss USS Program Guidelines and application process. Light refreshments will be available.