Sign-up has begun for the Summer 2020 IUUR Poster Symposium. Participants will have their poster displayed online during the week of July 28th with viewers asking questions and leaving feedback via a comments section. A live event will take place on July 30th for interested participants to also take part in a brief poster presentation… Read more »
Month: June 2020
Current research at IU related to COVID-19 looks not only at the public health aspects of the pandemic, but also the broader implications on our society. Check out related stories, videos, resources, podcasts and more here: IU Research Impact- Coronavirus
Alyssa Lester, a Chemistry major at IU, was first introduced to undergraduate research as a freshman through the Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Experience (ASURE) program. Her passions for reading and writing harmonized with her interest in scientific research. In her first semester, she remembers being blown away after reading the history of Eunice Newton… Read more »
Our second interview of the series features Thomas Burkle, a physics major engaged in coastal fog research this summer. Learn how his research moved online and how he’s making the most of this unexpected opportunity. Thanks again to our fabulous student researcher, Gracie Baker, for conducting another insightful interview!
Byline: Daniela Molina Graduating from Indiana University is not the only good news Paul Smith has received during this pandemic. Smith is not only one of the 2019 Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program participants, but just got accepted to the Indiana University’s School of Medicine — Evansville campus for the fall of… Read more »
This podcast examines life as IU students during the time of COVID-19. Tune in for weekly topics with various special guests. Find out here: where to listen.
Byline: Daniela Molina At a young age, Eduardo Duro was always into animals and liked nature. His curiosity led him to raising butterflies. Right now, as an undergraduate junior studying biology and chemistry, Eduardo is raising over 30 caterpillars in his home and is expecting to raise well over a hundred butterflies for his summer… Read more »
Check out our first interview of the summer! Gracie Baker (also an undergraduate researcher) took a few minutes to talk to Manash about his summer research. You can view the video on YouTube here:
Thanks for visiting the IUUR News site. Here you will find resources, opportunities, and events related to undergraduate research posted throughout the year. Plus, we will be featuring the amazing work students are engaged in across campus. Use the navigation across the top or the tags in the right-hand menu to navigate this site. Would… Read more »
Byline: Daniela Molina COVID-19 doesn’t stop research. Just last year, Sarah Greenwell graduated from West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School. Being involved in research has been part of Greenwell’s academics since her sophomore year of high school, but started even before that when she took her first biology class. “I like the scientific process,” said 19-year-old… Read more »