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Keyword: research

Eight Stevenson University students are attending the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. It is taking place at the University of North Carolina in Asheville, NC. Congratulations to Rojeesh Shrestha, Clara Faupel, Hannah Nusbaum, Maxine Cruz-Am, Alicia Greene, Dzov Singman, Jordan McNairn, and Austin Knox on presenting the results of their research!

Eight students and five faculty members from Stevenson have travelled to Asheville, NC, for the 30th anniversary National Conference on Undergraduate Research. They represent the departments of History, Nursing, Biology, and Chemistry. They will be able to share the results of their scholarly work with 4,000 other attendees from across the country. Congratulations on having been selected to present your work!

The Council on Undergraduate research (CUR) will hold it's biennial conference in Tampa, FL, from June 28 to June 28. CUR is the foremost organization for promoting scholarly research at undergraduate institutions. Stevenson is an institutional member of CUR.

According to the CUR website, "This conference brings together faculty, administrators, policy makers, representatives of funding agencies and other stakeholders with an interest in doing and promoting undergraduate research. It features over 100 workshops, presentations by representatives of funding agencies, social interactions, and poster presentations."

For more information, follow the link to the CUR website.

Faculty Research and Scholarship Awards will be announced at the Faculty Recognition Dinner of April 19, 2016.

The Faculty Research and Scholarship Grant program provides two lines of funding to support scholarly activities. The Faculty Research Grant provides funding for scholarly activities that fall in the discovery and integration domains of the Boyer (1990) model. The Faculty Scholarship Grant provides funding for scholarly activities that fall in the application and teaching domains of the Boyer (1990) model, including scholarship in the Creative Arts.

Last year, twelve awards were made to faculty members from six different schools.

Stay tuned for the announcement of this year's recipients on April 19!

                                           See registration form for more details.

 
 
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