Spending the summer on the coast of northern California is something many dream of doing to relax and unwind. For Julia Brose, it was a summer of hard work. Brose is a junior from Wildwood, MO, studying biochemistry. “I really…
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The Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements Summer Forum took place from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 28, 2016 in McQuinn Atrium of the Bond Life Sciences Center. The Forum showcased the work of 125 undergraduates who had been engaged in…
Programs such as Discovery Fellows, the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) Exposure to Research for Science Students (EXPRESS) and the Freshman Research in Plant Sciences (FRIPS) encourage first- and second-year students to get involved in research early.
A lot of Mizzou students spend their study time staring at computer screens and books. Julia Brose and Alex Clarke have opted to stare at plants, and it’s a decision that’s earned them noteworthy fellowships this summer.
Abby Isabelle is a senior Communication Science and Disorders major originally from Lufkin, Texas. After working in agriculture and wildlife for a few years, she chose to come back to school and pursue a new career path.
After 11 years of teaching, Chris Pires says his most rewarding experience has been mentoring dozens of undergraduate students.
On Tuesday, April 26, a record 360 students will present their research and creative works at the annual Spring Forum.
MU Senior Travels to Washington, D.C. to Present Research on Cyberbullying of Students with Disabilities
Lindsey Mirielli is passionate about advocating for students, but she never anticipated doing so in front of legislators in Washington D.C.
Senior Marcos Barcellona has been conducting research at Mizzou to study the development of a drug delivery system that is responsive to a range of external stimuli, which means the user could control the rate of release of the drug.
As a physics major, Romanus Hutchins knows it can be challenging to fascinate people with formulas and engage them with equations.
On the second floor of Stanley Hall is the home of some of the most hands-on learning that takes place on campus. It’s the Architectural Studies Department’s iLab, which is equipped with everything from an immersive large-screen 3D projection system to a driving simulator.
Senior Elizabeth Prenger grew up on a farm in the small town of St. Thomas, Missouri. She chose to leave home and come to Mizzou because of its diversity of programs, as she was not quite sure what she wanted to do.
Mizzou students continue to discover opportunities with the nation's medical research agency.
Berkley Hudson, a professor in the School of Journalism, recognizes some faculty would rather have a graduate or doctoral student assist with research projects. Hudson understands that, but has found undergraduates can also provide valuable assistance.